Thynnid Wasp 4
Remarks: This wasp is approximately 5 millimetres long.
The wingless female Thynnid Wasps release pheromones that signal to the winged male that she is ready to mate. The male picks up the female and takes her to nearby flowers. They mate while she is feeding. The male then drops her to the ground where she lays her eggs.
This wasp was seen in November.
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