Callitula pyrrhogaster is a tiny, flightless parasitic wasp with a light orange gaster.
Identification of most species in this group is very difficult. Although this particular species is rather distinctive, high quality photographs are still required.
Main period would seem to be April to September.
Rarely recorded in Britain, perhaps due to its very small size and the difficulty of identifying species in this family group, but may be fairly frequent.
Rare or rarely recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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