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Bees, Wasps and Ants

A large and diverse group of parasitic insects, usally having long antennae and the females have long ovipositors to lay their eggs inside the larvae of other insects, often caterpillars.

The information about this group of species has been organised into reports, charts, maps and photos. Click a pic below to see the detail:

Distribution Map Some Charts Some Photographs Sites List Records List Recent Records Guidance Notes

For more information about a species click/tap its photograph:

Parasitic Wasp (G jaculator)

Gasteruption jaculator

Ichneumon (E reluctator)

Echthrus reluctator

Ichneumon Fly (H amictum)

Heteropelma amictum

Ichneumon Fly (A armatorius)

Amblyteles armatorius

Ichneumon Fly (I suspiciosus)

Ichneumon suspiciosus

Ichneumon (I sarcitorius)

Ichneumon sarcitorius

Ichneumon Fly (P pisorius)

Protichneumon pisorius

Ichneumon Fly (P instigator)

Pimpla instigator

Ichneumon (P turionellae)

Pimpla turionellae

Ichneumon Fly (B laborator)

Buathra laborator