These are images of a Potter Wasp
, that is most likely a female Euodynerus annulatus imperialis
This species can be distinguished from both sexes of the very similar looking, western subspecies Euodynerus auranus azotopus
, which has the hind margin of T2
slightly to strongly thickened (0.4–1.3x mid ocellar diameter), double-edged and often reflexed.
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The key features, such as her shapes, ratios, hair, punctation and textures are all very similar to this female, that I already submitted: (red & yellow colored variety of E. annulatus
The two, thick black lines on the ventral abdomen (S1
) stand out as very unique from the other female and yet they seem to be a normal and natural characteristic on this specimen. I'm including extra views of that area.