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Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - female

Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - Female
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
October 8, 2017
Size: 7 mm

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Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - female Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - female Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - female Pompilini? - Agenioideus birkmanni - female

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Moved from Spider Wasps.

A. birkmanni
Were the photos not so fantastic this insect would be unidentifiable. This is Agenioideus birkmanni. The apical tarsomeres look like they are completely lacking spines, A. biedermanni has a row of ventral spines.

 
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