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Chalcidoidea ? --> yes, Pteromalidae, subfamily Miscogastrinae
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Posted on 05-11-2018 20:36
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Hi Gert,

yes, it's Chalcidoidea, in this case I guess it's a torymid male (hind coxa seems to be quite large, typical mesosoma of torymids, post-marginal vein looks quite long, stigma quite large).

BR, Marc
 
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Thanks a lot, Marc!
 
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To me it looks like a male Pteromalidae, subfamily Miscogastrinae.
 
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I agree,
thanks, empeejay, for correction,
sorry, Gert, for sending you on the wrong path with Torymidae!

Marc
 
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No problem, Marc!
I'm glad we can all agree ;-)
Thanks to empeejay too.
Best regards,
Gert
 
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