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Pompilidae: Aporinellus sp.? - Aporinellus - female

Pompilidae: Aporinellus sp.? - Aporinellus - Female
Dugway Proving Ground, N. Gate Rd., Tooele County, Utah, USA
July 11, 2013
Size: Approximately 8 mm
Coll. Robert J. Delph
Dune 2B, White Cup

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Pompilidae: Aporinellus sp.? - Aporinellus - female Pompilidae: Aporinellus sp.? - Aporinellus - female

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Aporinellus sp.
Small size and silvery hair bands are typical of this genus.
Females of this genus possess a tarsal comb.
Propodeum produced into conical projections on the posterolateral corners.
Legs very spinose.
Anterior wing frequently with only two submarginal cells. The marginal cell is very short.

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