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Darn! Keep an eye out...


i think it's a Sphex genus, maybe Sphex habenus


More on Sphex species


Sphex flavovestitus and habenus


Likely S. habenus


Sphex habenus (Golden-reined


Golden-reined Wasp Sphex habenus - Sphex habenus - Female


Sphex


Frassed


Sphex


Sphex sp. (male)


So is this the answer? Sphex


Moved


Moved


Female


maybe


Sphex but not ichneumoneus


Similar wasps from North Carolina


Sphex


Sphex.


Sphex habenus


Sphex habenus


Moved


Moved


Male


Female


The wasp is a male Sphex habenus...


Sphex habenus


Female - Thread-waisted Wasp


It's an awkward angle, but...


Moved


Moved


My guess is Sphex habenus


Female - Thread-waisted Wasp


Could be Sphex habenus


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Male - Thread-waisted Wasp


Unfortunate angle...


Sphex habenus female


Looks like Sphex habenus


Hi, Eric,


Sphex habenus


How about


Moved


Sphex, maybe?


maybe Sphex habenus


Sphex


Sphex habenus


yes


Sphex habenus, male (TX)


Sphex habenus


That's it


Sphex habenus


Sphex habenus


Sphex habenus


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say


Sphex habenus Say male


Sphex


Sphex


Which species is it?