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Subfamily Pepsinae Tarantula-hawk Wasps and Allies (Genus/species?) - Gnamptopelta obsidianator

Subfamily Pepsinae Tarantula-hawk Wasps and Allies (Genus/species?) - Gnamptopelta obsidianator
Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, USA
July 29, 2020
After a brief search I can't find much info about this subfamily in the state of Wisconsin, I've seen one of these once before but I was unable to get a photo. Possibly be narrowed to genus/species?

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Not a pompilid but, according to the Info Page, a likely pompilid mimic.

 
Thanks!
Thank you, makes sense why I thought it somewhat resembled an Entypus now...

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