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Photo#99970
sawfly - Halidamia affinis

sawfly - Halidamia affinis
Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, USA
March 26, 2007
Size: ~8 mm
probably in the family Tenthredinidae... feel free to frass, late in the day and overcast equaled poor photos.

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Tenthredinidae, Blennocampinae
Halidamia affinis. Larva feeds on Galium. An introduced species first found in the northeastern states and since has spread to most of the country.

Moved
Moved from Common Sawflies.

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Moved from Sawflies.

Do not frass!
This is a great series! If we can figure out what the plant was, we might be able to give you a species on the wasp.

 
Eutomostethus??? not sure
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sawfly
i will look into the plant, or take a picture of it. thanks Eric.

 
Cleavers
Plant appears to be Cleavers (Galium aparine), a sprawling, prickly species of bedstraw found mainly in forest habitats. This is the one that commonly wraps itself around your ankles as you walk through the woods.

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