Genus Turneromyia

Turneromyia and Ctenostegus are closely related genera with similar looking species (ie black with whitish lines). The former is distinguished from the latter by having 3 submarginal cells in the forewings instead of only 2 in the latter (Figure).

#1. Turneromyia sp.
Zebra Spider Wasp
Early January 2009
Narawntapu National Park
   

#2. Turneromyia sp.
Mid March 2016
Denison Beach
            

#3. Turneromyia sp.
Late December 2015
Sandfly
   

#4. Early December 2019
Lime Bay
   

#5.  Early March 2020
St Helens Point
 

#6.  cf. Turneromyia sp.
Mid March 2020
St Helens Point