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Photo#57763
Wasp/Fly? - Macrophya punctumalbum

Wasp/Fly? - Macrophya punctumalbum
Pickering, Durham Region, Ontario, Canada
June 14, 2006
Size: -1/2 inch
I only count 2 wings but it does look like a wasp?

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Wasp/Fly? - Macrophya punctumalbum Wasp/Fly? - Macrophya punctumalbum

Moved
Moved from Macrophya.

Tenthredinidae, Tenthredinina
Tenthredinidae, Tenthredininae, Macrophya punctumalbum (Linnaeus). Only Macrophya species in N. Amer. with red hind femora.

Moved
Moved from Common Sawflies.

Moved
Moved from Sawflies.

Tenthredo sp. (Tenthredinidae)
The larvae spin webs, I think.

Symphyta
This is a sawfly (which belongs to the wasps and not to the flies, despite the name), it has 4 wings and no wasp-waist...

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