No Common Name Dryinus crawfordi (Krombein, 1962)  

Status:

"The group is sexually dimorphic and the only sure way to tie males and females together for a species is to hatch them out together or catch them mating" (Christopher Taylor, pers. comm.).

There are 3 records in the project database.

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Female (above) and male (below) Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

A newly emerged male Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

A newly emerged male Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

The wing of a male Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

A newly emerged female Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

A newly emerged female Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

The wing of a female Dryinus crawfordi in Prince George's Co., Maryland (5/2/2013). Determined by Dennis Haines/BugGuide. Photo by Christopher Taylor. (MBP list)

A Dryinus crawfordi that just emerged in Baltimore Co., Maryland (9/2015). Photo by Jim Young. (MBP list)


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