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Photo#228235
7015199 - Lyroda subita - female

7015199 - Lyroda subita - Female
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
September 18, 2008
Size: ~7/16"

Lyroda subita, female (IL)
Liris can be ruled out because of the prominent and more offset pronotum and the large arolia. Liris argentatus would be the only similar species in your area, and by comparing this image to images of the latter will make the differences quite apparent. Nice image!

Liris (Leptolarra)?
rather than Lyroda?

The head looks flattened above

Moved

Crabronidae > ??Larrini
(your 7015270 looks akin, too)

 
7015270 is different
note shape of upper head

 
Appears to be Lyroda
Appears to be Lyroda

 
makes sense -- thanks
[means both i & Eric made the same mistake -- funny]

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