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Flat Wasp? Pseudomyrmex-ish looking insect - San Diego, CA 11/19/23


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#1 Offline 100lols - Posted November 20 2023 - 11:54 AM

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Seems to be suborder Apocrita. Maybe in the Bethylidae family?

So confused! Found on a Dr. Pepper can outside some apartments.

San Diego, CA. 11/19/23

Approx. 5mm long

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#2 Offline ChenZ - Posted November 20 2023 - 1:53 PM

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Probably sclerogibbidae?


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#3 Offline 100lols - Posted November 20 2023 - 2:14 PM

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Probably sclerogibbidae?


Omg, thank you so much!!!! IDing this was like an itch I couldn’t scratch!!!

I am overwhelmed with happiness. Pretty weird.
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