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Photo#122770
Ant? - Pseudomyrmex

Ant? - Pseudomyrmex
Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
June 25, 2007
Size: 5mm
Found this wandering... it looks like a flying ant but fairly elongate.

pretty sure this is ejectus a
pretty sure this is ejectus as the only other it could be in SC is pallidus, and I presume their males are yellow.

Puzzling.
This could even be some kind of crabronid wasp.

 
Wait....
Pseudomyrmex male, perhaps. I recently saw some other images that make me lean that way....

 
hmm
Ir didn't seem to fit anything in the guide for that family... I assumed this was a winged Pseudomyrmex or something! Shows what I know... haha

no, it doesn't have jointed a
no, it doesn't have jointed antenna. its probably a parasitic wasp.

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