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 Red-marked Pachodynerus ? - Pachodynerus erynnis

Red-marked Pachodynerus ? - Pachodynerus erynnis
Rosenberg, Fort Bend County, Texas, USA
June 12, 2018
I saw wasp trying to oviposit in a bee hotel in a garden and am curious about the yellow triangle on the orange stripe at the "bottom" of the thorax; no other P.erynnis pictured on BG has it.

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Moved from Potter and Mason Wasps. The metanotum always has an orange or red stripe in this species, the triangle appears to be dirt (maybe pollen).

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Moved from ID Request.

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