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Possible Spider Wasp? - male

Possible Spider Wasp? - Male
Fredericsburg in home vegetable garden perched on a flowering leek plant, Fredericksburg County, Virginia, USA
June 12, 2019
Size: 1-2"
striking black or deep blue wasp-like hymenopterum with orange antennae that was taking pollen from a blooming leek plant; for what it might be worth honey and bumble bees were also present along with much, much smaller fliers

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Moved from ID Request.

Thick flagellum = ♂
11 flagellomeres = ♂
The other wasps look like Four-toothed Mason Wasps, Monobia quadridens.

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