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Posted on 27-05-2018 21:28
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Hello Friends, i want to know if anyone can offer tips regarding Issus coleoptratus:

today i found a nymph with a parasitic larva. I did some research and the parasite is supposed to be a wasp of the subfamily Dryininae (family Dryinidae). I understand that Issus feed on phloem. Will i be successful in feeding the nymph twigs and bark? i'd like to see the wasp emerge for identification but the nymph has to survive. Any tips?
Edited by johnes81 on 27-05-2018 21:28
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
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