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Small black with yellow stripes 1

Small black with yellow stripes 1" flying beewolf? - Massachusetts - Ancistrocerus adiabatus
Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 1, 2009
Size: 1"
I thought this was a beewolf but apparently I have mis-guessed on a similar flying creature. Found on my back porch.

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Small black with yellow stripes 1 Small black with yellow stripes 1 Small black with yellow stripes 1

Ancistrocerus adiabatus - female
An Eumenine Vespid Wasp (Mason Wasp), as indicated by the folded forewings at rest.

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