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Photo#943167
Ibaliid Wasp - Ibalia anceps

Ibaliid Wasp - Ibalia anceps
Antrim, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
June 22, 2014
Size: 25 mm

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Thanks for the ID
Hi Bob,

Thank you very much for the id on Bugnet. The reason I had originally thought it was a wasp mimic was I only saw one pair of wings and what I thought were haltares. Here is another image that I cropped and drew an arrow to what I thought was a haltare.I would appreciate your thoughts.

I posted the image with the other two, I had posted earlier.

Thanks,

Jay Smith

 
Gizmoid
Not sure what the gizmoid that your arrow points to is. The character I find interesting is the transverse striations on the mesoscutum. These are also found in rhyssine ichneumonids, and several of those share the Tremex columba with Ibalia anceps.

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Looks like a cynipoid
from the family Ibaliidae

flys don't have the three ocelli

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