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Stem Sawfly - Hartigia cowichana - female

Stem Sawfly - Hartigia cowichana - Female
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
July 7, 2012
Size: approx 18mm
I found this wasp in a weedy garden on a Himalayan Blackberry, Rubus armeniacus leaf.

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Stem Sawfly - Hartigia cowichana - female Stem Sawfly - Hartigia cowichana - female

Moved

Cephidae
Hartigia cowichana Ries, female. Larvae bore in stems of Rosa, thus far the only recorded host. Not very commonly found.

 
Cool!
It had me fooled. There were plenty of rose bushes near by, as well as the Blackberry it was on in the photos.

Moved
Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

Cephidae
This is a sawfly, surely Cephidae.

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