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Photo#184498
Wasp - Euodynerus megaera - female

Wasp - Euodynerus megaera - Female
Kenner, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, USA
May 21, 2008
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

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Wasp - Euodynerus megaera - female Wasp - Euodynerus megaera - female Wasp - Euodynerus megaera - female

Moved
Moved from Euodynerus.

Not an ID
but looks close to some of the Eumeninae - see, for example:


 
Right guess
This is most likely the same species and gender too, i.e. a female Euodynerus megaera. Genus Euodynerus at any rate.

 
Thanks Ken and Richard!
I will move these images to genus level unless either of you feel that it is safe to move these to E. megaera. Just let me know :)

Thanks again and have a great day!

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