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Sand Wasp Disconnected - female

Sand Wasp Disconnected - Female
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
April 25, 2015
Size: 17mm
Looks very similar to this one, from a nearby location: ♀ Filmed by Lon Brehmer and Enriqueta Flores-Guevara

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Sand Wasp Disconnected - female Sand Wasp Disconnected - female Sand Wasp Disconnected - female

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Thanks
John, this wasp's sub-tribe does not seem to have as many images, here on the BugGuide, as the one that I was lost in yesterday. Yes, I would still be stuck in that whole sub-family, without your help. Thank You!
I have updated the text and I now think that this Sand Wasp is a close match to this image:


The females seem to have more black on them, just like the Beewolves. Since there are not very many images of the genus here, I will try to get better footage of both sexes.

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