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Photo#1312015
Sphex habenus, male? - Sphex ichneumoneus - female

Sphex habenus, male? - Sphex ichneumoneus - Female
near The Woodlands (North of Houston), Montgomery County, Texas, USA
November 6, 2016
Is this a male Sphex habenus? Thanks!

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks more like S. dorsalis or ichneumoneus to me


Dr. Ascher will be able to say for sure.

 
Yes
The newly posted image is a female

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