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Pepsis? - Entypus aratus - female

Pepsis? - Entypus aratus - Female
11.8 mi. SW Benson - French Joe Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
September 11, 2016
Size: ~ 27 mm
Captured airborne, fast flier. Pretty sure this is one of the tarantula hawks ? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated

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Pepsis? - Entypus aratus - female Pepsis? - Entypus aratus - female Pepsis? - Entypus aratus - female

Moved
Moved from Pepsini.

10 flagellomeres = ♀
Compare the wings here: ♀

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