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Photo#98288
Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - female

Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - Female
Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
March 10, 2007
Size: <1 mm
This is the clearest shot I have of the wings, which do not appear to have much venation, if it has any at all.

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Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - female Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - female Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - female Tiny Parasitic Wasp - Conostigmus - female

Moved
Moved from Frass. I think the blurry image shows the venation better.

Frassed
Moved from Conostigmus.

 
Wait, wait!
If you have to frass one, the fourth image is the one that is a little blurry. This one is a lot better. Besides, with only four images of this genus it would be better to wait until there are more before starting frassing.

Moved
Moved from Megaspilidae.

Moved
Moved from Ceraphronidae.

Moved
Moved from parasitic Apocrita.

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