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Maybe Woodwasp? - Xiphydria

Maybe Woodwasp? - Xiphydria
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, USA
May 31, 2022

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Maybe Woodwasp? - Xiphydria Maybe Woodwasp? - Xiphydria

Smith (1976)
Using the Smith (1976) key, this seems to key readily to node 4 (X. maculata vs. X. mellipes). Since the antennae have some amber to them rather than being fully black, I'd wonder about the former. However, the two are noted as being very similar in appearance apart from genitalia.


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