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Sand Wasp in the Subfamily Bembicinae - Steniolia

Sand Wasp in the Subfamily Bembicinae - Steniolia
Near West Richland, Benton County, Washington, USA
July 25, 2008
Size: yellowjacket sized

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Moved
Moved from Bembicinae. This is well-known "sleeping" behavior in the genus Steniolia. Seldom seen, though!

 
I had at least three bunches
I had at least three bunches pretty much all summer long. I'll look for them again next summer.

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