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orange-black parasitoid wasp
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Posted on 12-06-2024 11:50
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Any help with further ID appreciated.
Karwendel alps (Tyrol), river bank of Isar, 1000m

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Wing venation conforms Bethylidae: Mesitiinae.
 
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or Dryinidae - Anteon?
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You are probably right as the fore tarsi seem to have peculiar shape, which is common in Dryinidae females, Unfortunately this is not very clearly visible.
 
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