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Encyrtidae>Cryptanusia comperei>Confirmed
Maherjos
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Posted on 28-06-2011 10:17
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About 2 mm, but the addition of this kind of antenna or feelers.
Picture taken on June 27, 2011. The bug walking on a plant on my deck. Housing in urban in Motril, Granada, Spain

www.hispabase.com/galeria/albums/userpics/10895/1_3_239155.jpg

www.hispabase.com/galeria/albums/userpics/10895/2_3_239156.jpg

www.hispabase.com/galeria/albums/userpics/10895/3_3_239157.jpg

Grateful for the help you can give me.
a greeting
Edited by Maherjos on 03-08-2011 21:50
 
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Incredible antennae - looks like a chalcid wasp to me Smile
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I think it is Encyrtidae! Smile
Sincerely yours
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ChrisR wrote:
Incredible antennae - looks like a chalcid wasp to me Smile


Also it seems to me. Except in the antennae ... No?

Thank ChrisR
 
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Sara21392 wrote:
I think it is Encyrtidae! Smile


I searched the Web what is Encyrtidae. And if it could be ...., but still could not find anything with these large antennas. Or what are those things.
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They are antennae, and yes, it is Encyrtidae. I have no keys at hand to check now (not earlier than Thursday) but perhaps by then someone has already spurted out the name.
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Paul Beuk wrote:
They are antennae, and yes, it is Encyrtidae. I have no keys at hand to check now (not earlier than Thursday) but perhaps by then someone has already spurted out the name.


Very grateful to Paul. It would be great to get to know the name.
I've been looking Encyrtidae, and Sara said, and I found it it seems. Cerapterocerus mirabilis
http://ponent.ats...us_cer.htm
But still, is not the same.


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In the Spanish photo Photography and Biodiversity, have indicated to me that it could be "Cryptanusia comperei (Timberlake, 1929."
Would you agree Info Diptera experts, with this identification?

Thanks and best regards.

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This is the information I have provided Antoni Ribes, expert Forum Spanish for "Photography and Biodiversity":
http://www.nhm.ac...ber929.pdf
Edited by Maherjos on 29-06-2011 00:24
 
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Insect identification, confirmed by expert Encyrtidae, Antoni Ribes, through the Forum: Photography and Biodiversity.

http://www.biodiv...39155.html
 
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