Trychosis ingrata

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Trychosis ingrata
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T. ingrata
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Trychosis ingrata
Tschek, 1871

Trychosis ingrata is an insect that belongs to the order Hymenoptera and the family of ichneumon wasps (Ichneumonidae). The scientific name of the species was first published and validated by Tschek in 1871.

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