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Photo#1629468
Neolarra

Neolarra
Dugway Proving Ground, Rough Hall Rd., Tooele County, Utah, USA
Size: Approximately 4 mm
Coll. Robert J. Delph
Pitfall Trap Aug 19 - Sep 9, 2012

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Neolarra Neolarra

Neolarra
Cool find! The genus name Neolarra aludes to the wasp-likeness of this tiny kleptoparasitic bee.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Tachytes.

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Moved from ID Request.

 
Not a Tachytes sp.
I'm not even sure that this is a Square-headed Wasp. Look at the teeny-tiny marginal cell on the wings and it has only one sub-marginal cell.
I sent a message to Dr. Buck.

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