Fall’s Parasitic Wasps

The Ichneumenoidae: “5,000 described spp. in almost 500 genera in the Nearctic Region, possibly 3,000 more undescribed” says Bugguide.net.
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This one seemed most intrigued by White Oak acorns. Could be larva of beetles inside.
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These are some of the big and bold ones, around an inch long. Plenty are rather smaller…

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