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Spider Wasps (Pompilidae) - Auplopus mellipes

Spider Wasps (Pompilidae) - Auplopus mellipes
Madison, Madison County, Alabama, USA
July 11, 2015
I thought this was a flying ant. So I tried to find it on your ant section. I found a string of comments about Prenolepis imparis and initially thought it might be a Prenolepis imparis. However it doesn't have a bent antennae as discribed at http://bugguide.net/node/view/492555. So is this a flying ant or is this a wasp doppelganger?

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