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Ichneumonidae?

Postby Muhammad Mahdi on 17 Jan 2009, 14:20

The insect below was a small 5-6mm long fly. Found in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Pelle on 17 Jan 2009, 22:27

maybe some Cremastinae..

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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Eopteryx on 18 Jan 2009, 01:20

The shape of the body is very similar to Anomalon... but I'm not an expert and I know only A.cruentatum from Italy...

Wait for experts

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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Muhammad Mahdi on 18 Jan 2009, 09:21

Thanks. Waiting for expert opinion :lol:
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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Camille Thirion on 18 Jan 2009, 11:53

Not for me, ovipositor too much long for Anomalinae!

Anomalon cruentatum is much larger!
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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Eckart Stolle on 18 Jan 2009, 13:05

Hi.
May we use your picture for our gallery here in HymIS? Of course its properly credited.

Cheers
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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Eopteryx on 18 Jan 2009, 14:04

Camille Thirion wrote:Not for me, ovipositor too much long for Anomalinae!



Thanks Camille :D

Anyway ovopositor in Anomalon is not so short as in Gravenhorstini... But perhaps I'm wrong...

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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Camille Thirion on 18 Jan 2009, 17:23

Cremastinae of Pelle,possible!
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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Muhammad Mahdi on 18 Jan 2009, 17:32

Hi.
May we use your picture for our gallery here in HymIS? Of course its properly credited.

Sure. :)

So most liley till now Cremastinae, right?
Anyone else ID?

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Re: Ichneumonidae?

Postby Robert Nash on 18 Jan 2009, 23:44

I agree with Cremastinae.I will ask for a confirmation at NHM London.Excellent pic Slainte Robert
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