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Pompilidae - Ageniella accepta - female

Pompilidae - Ageniella accepta - Female
Riley, Harney County, Oregon, USA
September 18, 2019
Size: 15mm
Held in Ethanol. I figured it was a Pompilidae because it has a transverse sulcus and a 1-segmented trochanter, in addition of the wing venation. However, all these wasps are black. It also has 12 segments in the antennae and it's elbowed, does it make it a female?

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Pompilidae - Ageniella accepta - female Pompilidae - Ageniella accepta - female

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Moved from ID Request.

Female
10 flagellomeres = ♀
6 abdominal segments = ♀

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