Perhaps Tersilochinae? --> Cryptinae, tribe Phygadeuontini

Perhaps Tersilochinae? --> Cryptinae, tribe Phygadeuontini

Postby K. Seipelt on 16 Dec 2016, 19:01

Hello,

I would like to know the family/subfamily of this wasp.
Location: Germany, east of North Rhine-Westphalia, wet meadow with deciduous trees, size about 3 mm without sting, photo on 090.04.2016.

Greetings, Konrad

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Re: Perhaps Tersilochinae?

Postby Rapha1 on 16 Dec 2016, 22:29

a Cryptinae
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Re: Perhaps Tersilochinae?

Postby K. Seipelt on 17 Dec 2016, 15:10

Hello Ralpha1,

many thanks also for this determination.

Best regards, Konrad
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Re: Perhaps Tersilochinae? --> Cryptinae sp.

Postby Camille Thirion on 07 Feb 2017, 21:53

Dear Camille and Konrad,

I have no idea what it is. However, it belongs to the subfamily Cryptinae and to the tribe Phygadeuontini.

Best wishes
Martin
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Re: Perhaps Tersilochinae? --> Cryptinae, tribe Phygadeuontini

Postby K. Seipelt on 11 May 2017, 17:54

Hello Camille,

thank you for the information.

Greetings, Konrad
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