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What is this small black fly/wasp? - Evania appendigaster

What is this small black fly/wasp? - Evania appendigaster
San Antonio, Texas, USA
June 25, 2014
Size: Body 10mm x 2.5-3mm.
I have two other angles if I needed. Just wondering what it is.
It does fly. The back end will flick up (uncoil). Flies in an upright position (body dangles)

Moved
Moved from Ensign Wasps.

Evaniidae
Evania appendigaster

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks like Ensign Wasp, Evaniidae
Images here.

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