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Photo#200879
Red wasp - Priocnessus nuperus

Red wasp - Priocnessus nuperus
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 8, 2008

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Moved
Moved from Priocnessus.

It's nuperus.
I can see at least two bristles on the apical tarsal segment of the last leg in full resolution, coloradensis would have none at all. I don't think the entire apical tarsomere was visible in the other "full body shot"...or I just missed it before. I'm confident that this can now be moved back to the Priocnessus nuperus guide page.

 
Thanks so much, Nick for your
Thanks so much, Nick for your persistence with this ID! I will delete some of the other images now.

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