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Small wasp (Parasitica)? -> Eulophidae (maybe Cirrospilus)
smol
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Posted on 17-09-2022 19:08
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I have been interested in this little creature for some time, but am really not getting further. If I have to guess, I think it is around 2/3 mm. It might be a wasp (Parasitica)?

2022-09-05, Netherlands

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Edited by smol on 18-09-2022 21:13
 
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Posted on 18-09-2022 01:15
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Looks like a Eulophidae. Resembles Sigmophora brevicornis in general appearance, perhaps a congener or near it. Compare this: https://serigaya....a03_w.html
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smol
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guplox wrote:
Looks like a Eulophidae. Resembles Sigmophora brevicornis in general appearance, perhaps a congener or near it. Compare this: https://serigaya....a03_w.html


Thank you very much! This looks indeed quite like it, I only believe the black abdomen is not present in my picture. However, more detail characteristics are simply lacking in my images. At least it is part of Eulophidae, where I also found a look-a-like in the Cirrospilus genus; C. lyncus (https://waarneming.nl/observation/223124757/).

I think more detailed pictures are needed, but this at least brings me much closer Smile
Edited by smol on 18-09-2022 09:22
 
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That's awesome! TumbsUp Cirrospilus genus is probably correct. I think Cirrospilus brevis might be another promising candidate. See: http://gipcitricos.ivia.es/cirrospilus-brevis-zhu.html
 
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