Ichneumonid => Tryphoninae, Exenterini

Ichneumonid => Tryphoninae, Exenterini

Postby Marion on 28 Oct 2017, 20:02

Hello,
I found this wasp in the beginning of September in Germany, Saxony in a wet mixed forest. Is ID possible?
Thank you,
Marion
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Camille Thirion on 28 Oct 2017, 20:41

Anisobas sp.
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby tlegrand on 28 Oct 2017, 21:19

Camille are you sure ?
I was thinking about a Tryphoninae ?
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Camille Thirion on 29 Oct 2017, 10:33

Tip of the abdomen, point on vertex, scutellum ..... but I do not have the detail of the wing!
I can be wrong, I do not remember this aspect at Tryphoninae but I do not work this group! :?:
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby tlegrand on 29 Oct 2017, 11:08

Camille I was thinking about some Exenterini like Cteniscus sp. for example ? (but I'm not sure of the Genus)
I thought Anisobas sp. have a slender head behind the eyes, and females with white ring on antennae, along with other details ?
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Camille Thirion on 29 Oct 2017, 12:19

Difficult to determine the sex in Anisobas, Cteniscus, I determined formerly!
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Marion on 29 Oct 2017, 12:21

Thank you very much.
Unfortunately, I do not have better pictures. It was dark and photos are flashed.
I attach enlarged pictures, but it is difficult to see details of the wings.

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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Camille Thirion on 29 Oct 2017, 12:26

I think you're right, the shape of the areola is that of a Tryphoninae on the last picture, congratulations!
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Re: Ichneumonid

Postby Marion on 29 Oct 2017, 21:57

Thanks for discussion and ID of the wasp. :D

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