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Bethylidae (Bethylid Wasps)
These wasps lay eggs on larvae, or sometimes pupae, of Dermestid beetles. The wasp larvae are ectoparasitoid. Bethylid wasps have stingers, may obtain nectar from flowers, but are not common visitors.

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