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Netelia? Lanzarote. Canary Islands
mgilgon
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Posted on 18-03-2019 20:42
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Can be Netelia sp.? (Ischneumonidae) Guatisea (Lanzarote. Islas Canarias) 11-3-2019
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Juergen Peters
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Hello,

judging from the wing venation it is Ophioninae.
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Jürgen

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Thank you Juergen!
 
Steve Scholnick
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possibly Enicospilus because it looks like there isn't a ramellus and there appears to be a clear spot in the discosubmarginal cell of each forewing that's behind a pigmented triangle. Example here:https://bugguide....09/bgimage

I suspect a closer view of the wings is needed and please don't take my word for the ID. Ichneumons are tough to ID

Steve
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mgilgon
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Thank you Steve!!
 
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