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Mason or Potter wasp? - Euodynerus megaera - female

Mason or Potter wasp? - Euodynerus megaera - Female
Nashville, Green Hills, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA
June 14, 2013
Size: ~22 mm
Bringing home the "bacon" to a bamboo tube nest. Was an interesting wait to get this shot. The tube contains at least 6 caterpillars. See Cuckoo wasp entry for more info.

Moved

Did a bit of looking around...
Might be Pseudodynerus quadrisectus:



There are a number of superficially similar species, however, so hold out for an expert opinion.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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