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The Six Wasp Special - #5 of 6 - Anoplius americanus - female

The Six Wasp Special - #5 of 6 - Anoplius americanus - Female
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
May 11, 2015
Size: 13mm
This is the fifth of six Wasps that I filmed on this day. This Wasp appears to be identical to one that I filmed the day before.
Here is a link to her images, Anoplius americanus ambiguus: ♀
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The Six Wasp Special - Three Different Wasp Families
Here is a clickable listing of all the Wasps that I filmed on that day.
Spider Wasps: #1. Psorthaspis planata: ♀ #5. Anoplius americanus ambiguus: ♀
Crabronid Wasps: #4. Philanthus multimaculatus: ♂ Square-headed Wasps (subfamily): #2. Tachytes distinctus: ♀ #3. Tachytes distinctus: ♂
Vespid Wasp: #6. Euodynerus annulatus: ♀

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