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Sexing wasps in the genus Ammophila (lateral thorax) - Ammophila - male

Sexing wasps in the genus Ammophila (lateral thorax) - Ammophila - Male
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
May 4, 2015
Size: 20mm

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Very nice series!
My compliments to you Bob on a very informative series an this male Ammophila Wasp.

 
Thank You!
Jim, I wanted to try bringing some clarity into this genus, since the species level IDs are so tricky and the images are starting to pile up at the genus level. Your images were very helpful, as usual. Thanks!

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