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Poecilopompilus algidus - female

Poecilopompilus algidus - Female
hurricane creek wilderness, johnson County, Arkansas, USA
August 4, 2007
Size: ~25mm+
i feel pretty good about calling it P. algidus, however, i did not collect it... i did not think i could take anything, and was without net or jar. lovely wasp though.

Holy crap...
that is the darkest P. algidus I've ever seen! I thought it was an Anoplius when I saw the thumbnail. I think it's a pretty good call.

 
pomp
when i saw it, i thought it was an Anoplius atrox, then i noticed the spots were not in the right place... and the orb prey. it was an impressive wasp... some fine pompilids over there.

 
Reminds me of...
Reminds me of a slightly darker:

Nice shot
I am sure Nick will enjoy it.

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