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Dissomphalus - Pristepyris - female

Dissomphalus - Pristepyris - Female
Windsor, Essex, Ontario, Canada
July 28, 2020
female caught sweep netting in Tallgrass Prairie.

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Dissomphalus - Pristepyris - female Dissomphalus - Pristepyris - female

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Mesopleuron
Pristepyris? Dissomphalus should have the mesopleuron is dorsal view much thinner and the propodeum parallel-sided. Mesonotum short, transverse, much wider than long; mesopleuron, seen in dorsal view, quite large; eye with numerous facets; abdominal sternum II petiolar flap not expanded laterally; head less or as large as pronotal width and oval shaped; anterior portion of metapectal-propodeal complex much constricted (1).

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