Hymenoptera: Bees, Wasps, and Sawflies - Alex Wild Photography
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Eulophidae

Eulophidae

A tiny parasitoid wasp drills into the head of a coneflower to lay her eggs. Wasps of the family Eulophidae can be recognized by the reduced number of segments in their antennae and legs. Austin, Texas, USA.

ChalcidoideaHymenopteraparasitoidswaspsovipositionEulophidae