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Epyris sp.? - Holepyris graminis - female

Epyris sp.? - Holepyris graminis - Female
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
September 12, 2013
Size: 2.8 mm

Holepyris graminis Evans, female
Moved from Holepyris. ID'd from specimen, now a photo-voucher. Thanks Tom!

Fairly widespread species. Evans's types were from Concord and Lexington MA.

Size is about 2.8 mm.

 
Holepyris graminis
Great work Brad, another new one for the guide!

Moved
Moved from Bethylidae.
Thanks Jongok.

A female of Holepyris
In fact, the most important difference between Epyris and Holepyris is shape of clypeus. Unfortunately, I cannot find the clypeus in this picture, but the overall shape of this wasps looks like as a female of Holepyris species.

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