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Nomada sp? - Cerceris californica - male

Nomada sp? - Cerceris californica - Male
Agoura Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA
May 7, 2015
Please let me know what is needed for ID, I have other angles and can provide crops of specific areas.

It is bigger than Nomada I'm used to...but has to be the same family?

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Nomada sp? - Cerceris californica - male Nomada sp? - Cerceris californica - male

Moved
Moved from Cerceris.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Cuckoo Bees.

If not 100% sure please post under "ID Request" don't guess

I think this is a male Cerceris californica but I'm not an expert

 
I stand corrected
Thanks for being alert

 
Sorry about that
I've been suggested to move stuff to direct taxon areas for expert attention. Of course...the first time I do put something away from ID request I'm told to put things in ID request :)

 
Duplicate post
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Perhaps in Nomada edwardsii species-group

 
No
this is a wasp

With wasps and bees...
... clear shots of wings showing veins is always very helpful for ID.

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