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Strange small Hymenoptera (NL) > Histeromerus canadensis
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Posted on 21-07-2021 15:15
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Found today in the sky light behind my house, mid Netherlands. No idea.....Frown

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A braconid...
 
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Histeromerus mystacinus.
 
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Nice! Thanks.
What is the difference with Histeromerus canadensis?

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Even nicer, because evidently it is Histeromerus canadensis!

It keys out quite nicely using van Achterberg's revision of the genus. Apparently only known from the Netherlands outside the Nearctic region.
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Thanks! Histeromerus canadensis:
length of fore wing 1.8-2.6 mm, exceptionally 3.1 mm; propleuron yellowish

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