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Description

Similar to Tasmanian endemic https://sites.google.com/site/insectsoftasmaniahymenoptera2/suborder-apocrita--terebrant/trigonalidae

Date & Time

  2018-02-17 02:34 PM [Melbourne]

Location

  -37.649344 , 144.863904 : 131.564 m

Near Greenvale VIC 3059, Australia

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Lorraine Phelan starred this.

  1. David Francis  Yes, definitely in the same family at least. Good find - I can't see any records for this family (Trigonalidae) for Victoria on the ALA. A rather unusual wasp with an uncommon life cycle according to Wik. Perhaps post on Bowerbird to the Australian Wasp group, noting that it may be rare.

    Reply • 18 Feb

  2. Andrew Allen  Trigonalidae spp. species id suggested

    Reply • 19 Feb




NS Observation No. 5A87D163ED2A89DEF700388E
Created 2018-02-17 05:54 PM (2 months ago)
Created By Andrew Allen
Updated 2018-02-18 02:14 PM (2 months ago)
Updated By Andrew Allen
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