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Horntail - Urocerus cressoni - female

Horntail - Urocerus cressoni - Female
Pine River, Cass County, Minnesota, USA
August 6, 2004
I've ID'd this one as Tremex sericeus. Is that a correct ID?

Horn tail
Moved to the guide to family level. Let us hope that an expert confirms your ID, you are probably right.

 
Urocerus cressoni.
I asked my friend, Nathan Schiff, an expert on horntails, to look at this, and he easily and quickly ID'd it as a female Urocerus cressoni.

 
i've found one in nova scotia
i've found one in nova scotia and am wondering if their common in these parts.never seen one before

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