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Ichneumonidae - Eutanyacra species?
Buba
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Posted on 22-04-2022 18:42
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Who can help identifying this wasp? Found in may garden in Liechtenstein.

I assume it could be an eutanyacra species due to the yellow - black antennae and the black-orange legs and further characteristics.

But if so, which one species could it be attributed to?

Thanks a lot in advance.
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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 22-04-2022 19:04
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Hello,

wrong forum. Try "Other insects...".

I think it's a Tenthredinidae (Symphyta).
Edited by Juergen Peters on 22-04-2022 19:05
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Posted on 23-04-2022 08:13
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Hi, unfortunately we cannot see the abdomen, but Eutanyacra could be correct (more than 15 antennal segments should be Ichneumonidae).
I guess it may be a female of E. crispatoria.
Greetings, Eric
 
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