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Ant? - Ampulex ferruginea

Ant? - Ampulex ferruginea
Blanco, Blanco County, Texas, USA
November 13, 2015
I really have no clue. Found in our bathroom. It was very fastidious and preened itself for awhile. (After having been stranded in our toilet.) It had wings.

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Ant? - Ampulex ferruginea Ant? - Ampulex ferruginea Ant? - Ampulex ferruginea

Moved from Ants, Bees, Wasps and Sawflies.

Ampules ferruginea

Good find

Thank you for the ID! So interesting. Never heard of this kind of wasp.

Moved from Ants.

Sorry for the whiplash. I was thinking this looked like Pseudomyrmex, but I'm having second thoughts. I think I'd like a second opinion. :)

Moved from ID Request.

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