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Yellow tarsal appendages, ID? - Sphex pensylvanicus

Yellow tarsal appendages, ID? - Sphex pensylvanicus
Cochiti, Sandoval County, New Mexico, USA
August 23, 2008
Size: ~27mm
Lake Cochiti on a white flower. I think I read somewhere that the yellow tarsal appendages were a male characteristic?

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Yellow tarsal appendages, ID? - Sphex pensylvanicus Yellow tarsal appendages, ID? - Sphex pensylvanicus

Male
Note, lack of tarsal-rake spines on the fore-legs and 11 flagellomeres. = ♂

Moved
Moved from Sphex.

Moved

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