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Bembix? - male

Bembix? - Male
Saguaro National Monument West, Pima County, Arizona, USA
April 11, 2009
This morning was so cold, that at 9 am clusters of wasps were still hanging in the vegetation

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Bembix? - male Bembix? Bembix?

Moved
Moved from Bembicina.

Not Bembix, but close.
Looks like maybe Glenostictia or Stictiella rather than Bembix or Steniolia. Man, and I just wrote a blog entry on "sleeping" bees. I could have expanded to wasps with shots like these. Neat.

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