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It is of the Ichneumon family though - a sub family??
Yep, it's an ichneumonid, of the subfamily Banchinae.
How common is the Lissonota wasp?
There are about 60 species of Lissonota. Some are very common and frequently found, others are very rare, such as Lissonota setosa, which is a specialised parasitoid of Goat Moth larvae. It's a difficult group with many similar species.
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