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sphecid - Sceliphron caementarium - female

sphecid - Sceliphron caementarium - Female
Mississauga, Peel Region, Ontario, Canada
July 9, 2015
Sceliphron caementarium?

Moved from ID Request.

Female - Black and Yellow Mud Dauber
Yes, her tickle hairs are showing! Check them out, at the bottom of this image. The males don't have them.
Sceliphron caementarium: ♀ Good Luck!

Wow- I hadn't noticed the hairs-
do only females have this feature? Thanks for the help Bob!

See here: ♂

Yes, I see the difference-
thanks so much Bob!

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