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Small Wasp - SK - Enizemum petiolatum - female

Small Wasp - SK - Enizemum petiolatum - Female
Downtown Saskatoon at the Farmer's Market, Saskatoon and Area, Saskatchewan, Canada
October 6, 2012
This image was take in downtown Saskatoon at the farmer's market but there is a good chance this spider was imported into Saskatoon from a farm in the area of the nearby town of Aberdeen, SK.
This Small Wasp was discovered within a box of Carrots while working at the Saskatoon Farmer's market. Again it was a very cold morning and the bug did not mind crawling onto my warm hands to warm up nor did it mind being photographed up close.

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Small Wasp - SK - Enizemum petiolatum - female Small Wasp - SK - Enizemum petiolatum - female Small Wasp - SK - Enizemum petiolatum - female

Moved
Moved from Enizemum.

Moved
Moved from Diplazontinae.

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Moved from Ichneumon Wasps.

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please make sure to include sighting date

 
Sorry!
My bad, here they are again with the dates.

 
thanks for adding date
It is both customary and advisable not to repeat the same remarks under every image of a series to spare time to our experts, and to avoid redundancy; the remarks that apply to all the photos should be kept at the first image. You can put under other images of the series any necessary additional details pertaining to those specific photos.

 
Understood!
I'll correct my practice and sift through old photos to remove the excess descriptions.

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