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Which mating wasps - Podosesia aureocincta - male - female

Which mating wasps - Podosesia aureocincta - Male Female
Luray, Page County, Virginia, USA
September 10, 2014

Moved
Moved from Clearwing Moths.

Moth ID
This is Podosesia aureocincta. It is closely related to the lilac borer but flies very late in the season.

 
Thanks, William, I appreciat
Thanks, William,
I appreciate your help.
Best greetings from Vienna, Austria

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Check Vitacea dollii and scepsiformis
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Thank you, John, according wh
Thank you, John, according what William H. Taft wrote in one of the threads "P. dollii is an early season flyer throughout it range while V. scepsiformis flys from July to October", I would assume that my couple is Vitacea scepsiformis. I realize that the photo itself can't tell the difference.
Best regards,
Konrad

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