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Elm Sawfly male | by Bug Eric
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Elm Sawfly male

The male Elm Sawfly, Cimbex americana, is a large but stingless wasp. Females use a saw-like ovipositor to lay their eggs n leaves. The larvae that hatch look like caterpillars and eat foliage.

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Taken on June 27, 2016