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Dryinus canadensis Ponomarenko 1981 (wasp)

Insecta - Hymenoptera - Dryinidae

PaleoDB taxon number: 238102

Alternative combinations: Avodryinus canadensis, Richardsidryinus canadensis

Full reference: A. G. Ponomarenko. 1981. New Dryinidae (Hymenoptera) from the late Cretaceous of the Taymyr and Canada. Paleontological Journal 15(1):115-120

Belongs to Dryinus according to M. Olmi and G. Bechly 2001

Sister taxa: Dryinus acutifrons, Dryinus alamellatus, Dryinus antiquus, Dryinus arakanesis, Dryinus balticus, Dryinus bamar, Dryinus brachytarsis, Dryinus bruesi, Dryinus burmensis, Dryinus chin, Dryinus grimaldii, Dryinus hymenaeaphilus, Dryinus janzeni, Dryinus katyae, Dryinus laminatus, Dryinus latitarsis, Dryinus maderai, Dryinus mortuorum, Dryinus muenchi, Dryinus nadezhdae, Dryinus palaeodominicanus, Dryinus palaeomexicanus, Dryinus parisei, Dryinus poinari, Dryinus priscus, Dryinus pristinus, Dryinus rasnitsyni, Dryinus reifi, Dryinus taron, Dryinus velteni, Dryinus vetus, Dryinus vetustus, Dryinus wunderlichi

Type specimen: CNC 1130, an exoskeleton. Its type locality is Grassy Lake, Medicine Hat (CNC June 1974 collection), which is in a Campanian terrestrial amber in the Foremost Formation of Canada.

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Average measurements (in mm): Body length 2.75