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Pompilidae? - Ageniella accepta - female

Pompilidae? - Ageniella accepta - Female
Tejon Ranch - desert side, Kern County, California, USA
October 7, 2017

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Moved from Spider Wasps.

Thanks Nick!

Yes...
the "blaisdelli" form without banded wings found on the west coast.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

10 flagellomeres = ♀
This might be a female Ageniella accepta. (widespread) Hold on for an expert.

 
Thanks Bob
Perhaps Ageniella accepta?


edit: good to see you had the same thought!

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