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Wasp?  Black body, yellow/black eyes, white and black abdomen, yellow spots on side - Bicyrtes quadrifasciatus

Wasp? Black body, yellow/black eyes, white and black abdomen, yellow spots on side - Bicyrtes quadrifasciatus
near The Woodlands TX (North of Houston), Montgomery County, Texas, USA
August 20, 2016
Kind of medium sized for what I'm guessing is a wasp. Haven't seen this one before today.

Thanks for the ID, bigger picture on my "Wasps" page
Bigger picture of the wasp here:

http://www.dl-digital.com/Page-Two/Wasps.htm

Scroll down a few ;-)

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Moved from ID Request.

Female - Sand Wasp
This looks like a female Bicyrtes quadrifasciatus. (widespread eastern range) Let's wait for an expert opinion.

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