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What #039;s That Bug? - Are we experts yet? Donate to Help enlighten the world about bugs!span Ask What #8217;s That Bug?Comments #038; QuestionsbuglinksAbout What #8217;s That BugThe Bugman of Mt. WashingtonheaderBug of the Month April 2017: Six Spotted Fishing Spider Bug of the Month April 2017: Six Spotted Fishing hellip; 2 months ago bugman Subject: Fishing spider?
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Just wanted to post this for you al hellip;Read More 3 months agoFirst Luna Moth of the YearNasty Reader Award #12: Lettered Sphinx ... in Nevada!!! Nasty Reader Award #12: Lettered Sphinx #8230; in Ne hellip; 4 months ago bugman Ed. Note:聽 Despite the signature, this is NOT an inside jobSubject: Angry moth in northern Nevad hellip;Read More 4 months agoNasty Reader Award #12: Lettered Sphinx #8230; in Ne hellip;Xiphydriid Wood WaspOn April 4, 2017 middot; Category: Horntails, Wood Wasps and Sawflies middot; Add Comment Subject: Wasp like bug? Location: Rockville, MD April 4, 2017 2:31 pm Hi! We recently discovered a lot of these wasp-like bugs near the front windows of our house. They range in size from 1/4 #8243; to 1 #8243; and seem to walk more than they fly. Their antennae wave around rapidly too. I tried looking up parasitic wasps and various nymphs but have come up empty. Would love to know what these guys are! Signature: AudreyXiphydriid Wood WaspDear Audrey, We found your Wasp in our archives where we identified it as a Spotted Wood Wasp, Xiphydria maculata, though once we turned to BugGuide, we discovered this species does not have a common name.聽 BugGuide indicates it #8220;Prefers maples. #8221;聽 Of the family Xiphydriidae, BugGuide states:聽 #8220;The larvae bore in the dead or decaying wood of deciduous trees. #8221;聽 According to Connecticut Wilderness:聽 #8220;A parasitic wood wasp. Wood wasps drill into a tree by using an ovipositor. This is a tube which is like a needle. It contains two interlocking valves. Each valve is covered with teeth that are backward- facing. Black and white/cream colored.聽 Reportedly prefers maple trees. #8221;聽 Perhaps you have some maple firewood in the house, or perhaps you have recently acquired a piece of furniture that was infested with wood boring larvae that emerged inside your home. Xiphydriid Wood WaspXiphydriid Wood Wasp1 I like ThisRelated posts: Pigeon Horntail Sawfly Larva, possibly Cypress Sawfly Pigeon Horntail Elm Sawfly What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination Aphid WaspOn April 4, 2017 middot; Category: Aphid Wasps middot; Add Comment Subject: What are these? Location: Delaware April 3, 2017 5:05 pm Help please. I suspect these are mud dauber, but everyday 2 to 4 of these show up on my sliding glass doors. Not sure where they are coming from but want to make sure I don #8217;t have a problem with something else. Signature: ThanksAphid WaspWe did not recognize your Wasp, and could not locate it in the Thread-Waist Wasp family Specidae, so we contacted Eric Eaton.Eric Eaton Responds Daniel: This is a solitary wasp in the family Crabronidae, tribe Psenini.聽 They prey on leafhoppers if I am not mistaken, to provide food for their offspring. EricBased on Eric Eaton #8217;s response, we learned that the subfamily Pemphredoninae聽 which contains the tribe Psenini are known as Aphid Wasps.聽 On BugGuide, the tribe Psenini are described as #8220;Slender, with a distinctly petiolate abdomen. #8221;聽 That petiolate abdomen is the reason we originally suspected the family Specidae.聽 Aphid Wasps is a new category for our site. 0 I like ThisRelated posts:No related posts.Tiger Moth from South AfricaOn April 4, 2017 middot; Category: Tiger Moths and Arctiids middot; Add Comment Subject: Is this a walnut moth?? Location: South Africa April 3, 2017 11:25 am Hello! My mom saw this moth in South Africa and we can #8217;t ID it! Ithe looks like a walnut moth but it seems that #8217;s found in America, it also doesn #8217;t have the spots! Thank you! Signature: JessTiger Moth: Metarctia lateritiaDear Jess, While your beautiful Tiger Moth does bear a superficial resemblance to the North American Royal Walnut Moth, they are not even closely related.聽 The first matching image we found was on the Photographs from South Africa blog, but the moth is not identified.聽 FlickR provided us with the name Automolis lateritia.聽 It is identified on iSpot as聽 Automolis lateritia subsp. lateritia, but according to African Moths, the accepted name is Metarctia lateritia and synonyms include:聽 #8220;Automolis lateritia, Hebena venosa, Metarctia aegrota, Automolis unicolor. #8221;聽 The well feathered antennae indicates your individual is a male.聽 This lovely moth was featured on a 1953 postage stamp from Mozambique based on Colourbox. 0 I like ThisRelated posts: Maid Alice Wasp Moth from Namibia Salt Marsh Moth emerges from Cocoon Wasp Moth from Senegal Wasp Mimic Tiger Moth from Costa Rica What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination Carpenter Bee from the PhilippinesOn April 4, 2017 middot; Category: Carpenter Bee middot; Add Comment Subject: What bug is this Location: Baguio City, Philippines April 3, 2017 8:21 pm I can #8217;t seem to find what kind of is this. Please help me. I want to share how beautiful this bug is. ? I live in the coldest city in a tropical county. It #8217;s near summer but the city is still affected by cool northeast winds (amihan season), about 15 to 25 degrees Celsius typical temperature in a day. Signature: KasiCarpenter BeeDear Kasi, We are quite confident that this is a male Carpenter Bee, but we have not had any luck locating an image from the Philippines to verify our suspicion.聽 Here is a North American male Carpenter Bee for comparison.聽 Perhaps one of our readers will be able to assist with a matching photo.Carpenter Bee0 I like ThisRelated posts: Male Valley Carpenter Bee #9991: Galapagos Carpenter Bee eaten by Lava Lizard Carpenter Bee Carpenter Bees from Costa RicaMosquito Larvae from AustraliaOn April 4, 2017 middot; Category: Mosquito Tagged With: Aquatic Bugs, WTB? Down Under middot; Add Comment Subject: Spikey Black inch long larvae/caterpillars? 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