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Stenodynerus - female

Stenodynerus - Female
south Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
November 23, 2008
Stenodynerus sp.
Det. Matthias Buck, 2008

On Goldenrod, Solidago sp.

Stenodynerus, female (TX)
Species difficult to ID from images.

 
four spp. of Stenodynerus on the local UT field lab list...
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Stenodynerus anormis (Say)
Stenodynerus histrionalis (Robertson)
Stenodynerus microstictus (Viereck)
Stenodynerus propinquus (Saussure)

link to:

EUMENINAE (MASON WASPS) OF BRACKENRIDGE FIELD LABORATORY
Compiled by Allan W. Hook
Dept. of Zoology, UT- Austin, 3 June 1988
Determinations by James M. Carpenter
MCZ, Harvard University
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Thanks
Mike! I can see you are keeping a close eye on the vespids in your neighborhood. The individual on this picture belongs to none of the four species mentioned.

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