Gallery Links
Users Online
· Guests Online: 9

· Members Online: 0

· Total Members: 4,760
· Newest Member: RE Niks
Forum Threads
Theme Switcher
Switch to:
Last Seen Users
· kurt00:34:55
· Gansucha00:42:15
· RE Niks00:46:05
· piros01:01:16
· evdb01:01:43
· gogo576001:07:59
· Tony Irwin01:16:52
· Frank Hornig01:19:14
· Ward01:27:29
· eklans01:53:07
Latest Photo Additions
View Thread
Diptera.info :: Identification queries :: Other insects, spiders, etc.
Who is here? 1 guest(s)
 Print Thread
wasp? or..
Robert Heemskerk
#1 Print Post
Posted on 29-07-2006 23:55
User Avatar

Member

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2080
Joined: 17.10.05

hello other insectsforum,

This typical insect must be some kind of wasp I think.
It is a beautiful tiny 'wasp', gold-coloured with red eyes.

The shape of the wing and the drawing lines inside are characteristic I think..

When I look at the big eyes and the antenne I should say 'wasp'

What do you think? And what kind of tiny wasp is this?

greeting, robert
Robert Heemskerk attached the following image:


[62.85Kb]
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
Robert Heemskerk
#2 Print Post
Posted on 29-07-2006 23:56
User Avatar

Member

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2080
Joined: 17.10.05

wasp 2
Robert Heemskerk attached the following image:


[61.22Kb]
Edited by Robert Heemskerk on 29-07-2006 23:57
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
Robert Heemskerk
#3 Print Post
Posted on 29-07-2006 23:57
User Avatar

Member

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2080
Joined: 17.10.05

wasp 3
Robert Heemskerk attached the following image:


[67.02Kb]
Edited by Robert Heemskerk on 29-07-2006 23:58
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
Juergen Peters
#4 Print Post
Posted on 30-07-2006 11:01
User Avatar

Member

Location: northwest Germany
Posts: 12553
Joined: 11.09.04

Hello, Robert!

It's a wasp, Chalcoidea, possibly family Torymidae. But even for a specialist it would be hard to determine to species without the animal.
Edited by Juergen Peters on 30-07-2006 11:02
Best regards,
Jürgen

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Juergen Peters
Borgholzhausen, Germany
WWW: http://insektenfo...
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
 
http://insektenfotos.de/forum
Robert Heemskerk
#5 Print Post
Posted on 30-07-2006 21:56
User Avatar

Member

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2080
Joined: 17.10.05

Thank you J?rgen,

Nice to know about the existence of that group of wasps anyway!

greeting robert,
Edited by Robert Heemskerk on 30-07-2006 21:57
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
cthirion
#6 Print Post
Posted on 30-07-2006 22:01
Member

Location: Awirs (Flémalle) Belgique
Posts: 901
Joined: 13.08.04

Transmitted To J.L. ?VAGO (France), to wait! Cool
cthirion
 
http://www.cthirion.com/
ChrisR
#7 Print Post
Posted on 01-08-2006 10:28
User Avatar

Administrator

Location: Reading, England
Posts: 7698
Joined: 12.07.04

Definitely a chalcid wasp ... reminds me of a pteromalid, but then again, so many wasps remind me of pteromalids! Grin
 
http://tachinidae.org.uk
cthirion
#8 Print Post
Posted on 01-08-2006 11:34
Member

Location: Awirs (Flémalle) Belgique
Posts: 901
Joined: 13.08.04

Still a thorny subject in prospect! Grin
cthirion
 
http://www.cthirion.com/
cthirion
#9 Print Post
Posted on 02-08-2006 10:19
Member

Location: Awirs (Flémalle) Belgique
Posts: 901
Joined: 13.08.04

Le chalcidien sur un organe v?g?tal beige est un Pteromalidae Pteromalinae du genre Pteromalus, Sous-genre Habrocytus Thomson. Il s?agit d?une esp?ce du groupe de Pteromalus elevatus (Walker), peut-?tre m?me cette esp?ce. Il y a plusieurs esp?ces tr?s difficiles ? distinguer dans ce groupe. Parasitoide de dipt?res Tephrytidae sur Asteraceae. S?observent souvent sur les chardons.
From J.L. VAGO France
cthirion
 
http://www.cthirion.com/
Robert Heemskerk
#10 Print Post
Posted on 05-08-2006 00:59
User Avatar

Member

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2080
Joined: 17.10.05

Hello cthirion,

Thanks a lot for your reaction!
It is a rather difficult subject (little wasps...)
I tried to translate it, but I can say.., it is really difficult for me (two years french on school)..

I understand that this wasp is a wasp from the pteromalidae sp. (in the netherlands about 395 sp.) and it could be a wasp like Habrocytus Thomson (is this the same as Habritys Thomson, 1878??) But it could be also a wasp like Pteromalus elevatus (Walker, 1834)??
These are wasps which parasite on Tephrytidae flies, you can find them also on thistles.

greeting robert,
Edited by Robert Heemskerk on 05-08-2006 01:00
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
ChrisR
#11 Print Post
Posted on 07-08-2006 00:35
User Avatar

Administrator

Location: Reading, England
Posts: 7698
Joined: 12.07.04

I think it says (from my rough french) that it is from the family Pteromalidae, genus Pteromalus sub-genus Habrocytus Thomson. It is in the Pteromalus elevatus (Walker) species group, and maybe that species exactly. But the group contains many species and it is difficult to distinguish them. A parasitoid of Tephrytidae on Asteraceae. Smile
 
http://tachinidae.org.uk
Jump to Forum:
Similar Threads
Thread Forum Replies Last Post
Ichneumon Wasp... Other insects, spiders, etc. 4 18-05-2022 08:47
Which wasp is this ? ID please Diptera (adults) 3 13-05-2022 20:40
Ants on dead wasp Other insects, spiders, etc. 7 01-04-2022 17:44
small wasp? Switzerland Other insects, spiders, etc. 2 24-01-2022 09:17
another small wasp Switzerland Other insects, spiders, etc. 2 21-12-2021 07:55
Date and time
24 May 2022 19:36
Login
Username

Password



Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.
Temporary email?
Due to fact this site has functionality making use of your email address, any registration using a temporary email address will be rejected.

Paul
Donate
Please, help to make
Diptera.info
possible and enable
further improvements!
Latest Articles
Syrph the Net
Those who want to have access to the Syrph the Net database need to sign the
License Agreement -
Click to Download


Public files of Syrph the Net can be downloaded HERE

Last updated: 25.08.2011
Shoutbox
You must login to post a message.

24.05.22 11:28
Hi! would anyone be able to send on a scan of Delia sanctijacobi redescription from: GRIFFITHS, G.C.D. 1993. Anthomyiidae [part]. In: Flies of the Nearctic Region, 8(2), 10. Thank you!

18.05.22 16:26
Delay, alas, due to Covid related issues. But it will be published !!

18.05.22 16:26
Publication of the English translation of the Fieldguide to Homeodactyla of northwest Europe is due September

14.05.22 07:24
Hi, 3 threads in Eggs, etc should be in adults - possible to change please?

13.04.22 07:52

12.04.22 07:41
cant attach picture to post in forum, what do I do wrong? Sorry Novice question ...

09.01.22 16:56
Hello, I'm looking for literature on chironomid larvae that are able to survive after being entrapped in ice for at least several days . So far I've only found literature on Eretmoptera murphy

11.12.21 16:10
Dematoneura in the gallery should be DeSmatoneura

23.09.21 14:29
All sorted.

16.09.21 21:24
Sorry put 5 new threads in Asilidae forum instead in Syrphidae forum, can pleas an admin move it to Syrph? THANKS, Norbert

Render time: 2.57 seconds | 164,942,110 unique visits