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Photo#1590987
Unknown wasp  - Priocnemis germana - female

Unknown wasp - Priocnemis germana - Female
McClaughry Springs Forest Preserve, Cook County, Illinois, USA
September 13, 2018
Size: 10 mm
In the forest was thinking spider wasp but looking at the picture probably not maybe Lyroda subita although I looked at all pictures in the guide and didn't seem right

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Moved from Spider Wasps.

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Moved from ID Request.

Female
10 flagellomeres = ♀
The hind tibiae have a serrated edge and the wings have a few dark slotches.
This looks like a female in the genus Priocnemis. She is not as red as the last one.

 
Priocnemis germana
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Thanks a new species for me .
Thanks a new species for me . For some reason I was thinking that Priocnemis are small and this was on the larger side.

 
Thanks
Thanks

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