Pimpla rufipes [hypochondriaca, instigator] (Miller 1759) (Family Ichneumonidae)


Male

Female

Length: 8.5-20mm; Forewing Length: 4.8-14.9mm
Egg Larva Pupa Adult
? ? (Winter) April - October
(Earliest: 8.6)

Attack Chemicals
Hydrolases Acid Phosphatase, Esterase, Esterase Lipase,
Galactosidase, Glucosidase, Lipase
Polypeptides Pimplin

Biotopes:
Hedge Rows
Food:
(Larva)

Several Nymphalidae Pupae

Papilionidae Pupae

Several Pieridae

Several Drepanidae Pupae

Many Erebidae Pupae

Several Geometridae Pupae

Lasiocampidae Pupae

Many Noctuidae Pupae

Several Notodontidae Pupae

Several Tortricidae Pupae

Deilephila elpenor Pupa

Deilephila porcellus Pupa

Ostrinia nubilalis Pupa

Saturnia pavonia Pupa

Pseudoips prasinana Pupa

Pleuroptya ruralis Pupa
Possible Food:
(Larva)

Other Nymphalidae Pupae

Other Drepanidae Pupae

Other Erebidae Pupae

Other Geometridae Pupae

Other Noctuidae Pupae

Other Notodontidae Pupae

Psychidae Pupae

Saturniidae Pupae

Other Sphingidae Pupae

Other Tortricidae Pupae

Zygaenidae Pupae
Food:
(Adult)

Tanacetum vulgare Nectar

Nature Spot: Pimpla rufipes
Insektenbox: Schwarze Schlupfwespe


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