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Parasitic wasp of some sort  - Casinaria

Parasitic wasp of some sort - Casinaria
Sulphur, Murray County, Oklahoma, USA
May 5, 2013
This is what emerged from the egg case... I had completely forgotten about it =(. Also, it appears it was dusty in my vase... so the wasp is dusty as well... Hopefully it can still be identified. If someone is interested in the specimen, shoot me an email.

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Parasitic wasp of some sort - Casinaria Parasitic wasp of some sort - Casinaria Parasitic wasp of some sort  - Casinaria

Moved
Moved from Campopleginae.

Moved
Oops. I failed to notice that it was already where it was supposed to be. This appears to be a specimen of Casinaria. See the updated note regarding the larval cadaver.

Moved from Campopleginae.

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