Bethylidae? -> no, an ant

Bethylidae? -> no, an ant

Postby hanshermann on 23 Mar 2018, 20:12

Hello dear experts,

do the attached pictures possibly show a Bethylidae species?
I do not expect an ID, the pictures are too poor.
Date: July 7, 2017, place: a sand dune, Ost-Prignitz, Brandenburg, Germany.
length: about 6 - 7 mm.
The ant-like wasp (?) was quickly running and searching in small sand holes.

Thanks a lot for an answer!

Hans
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Re: Bethylidae ??

Postby piros on 24 Mar 2018, 01:28

I think it's an ant, possibly a fertilized female.

Greetings,
Henrik
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Re: Bethylidae -> no, an ant

Postby hanshermann on 27 Mar 2018, 13:02

Hello Henrik,

thank you so much for your answer!

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