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Sinophorus sp. (Ichneumonid parasitic wasp)


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The genus Sinophorus is in the family Ichneumonidae. Ichneumonidae are parasitic wasps that use their long ovipositors to deposit eggs into an insect host. We only had one Sinophorus sp. in the Bee Atlas project. It emerged from a block located in St. Louis County in 2017.


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Nest Structure

No insect host emerged from the nest that produced the Sinophorus sp.

Hole Sizes

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Activity Period

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Thank you to John Luhman for identifying all of our Ichneumonid specimens.

Minnesota Record Map

These data are from the Minnesota Bee Atlas project.

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