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Rotonda West, Charlotte County, Florida, USA
June 10, 2011
Size: 2.3 mm
Collected at UV light.

10-segmented antennae, furry eyes. Is this a male Dryinidae?

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Wasp Wasp

Moved from Ants, Bees, Wasps and Sawflies. Thanks Ross.

Fits the description nicely including size, seven visible abdominal segments, ten-segmented antennae, a short pronotum, and the presence of wings with a pterostigma (some females are winged, but this is a male). Probably in the subfamily Dryininae, but would need to see a closeup of the forewing venation to confirm.

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