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Torymus from Wool Sower Gall - Torymus - female

Torymus from Wool Sower Gall - Torymus - Female
Jugtown Plains, Otisfield, Oxford County, Maine, USA
August 15, 2012
This tiny wasp emerged from a wool sower gall: .

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Torymus from Wool Sower Gall - Torymus - female Torymus from Wool Sower Gall - Torymus - female

Moved
My torymid contact says it is Torymus but that he isn't able to ID it to species.

Moved from Toryminae.

Moved

Right…
These are primary parasitoids of gall wasp larvae that originally invaded the gall. Could be Torymus, but I can't see enough details to confirm. Within the subfamily Toryminae in any event.

See reference here.

Maybe...
Torymus? I found it on wool sower gall too.


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