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Eucalyptus Nectar Feeder - Triscolia ardens

Eucalyptus Nectar Feeder - Triscolia ardens
Sierra Vista, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
July 12, 2009
Size: > 25mm
Many were at a blooming Eucalyptus tree.

Moved from Scolia ardens.

Moved from ID Request.

Male scoliid wasp.
Male of Scolia ardens. Eucalyptus blossoms are great for tarantula hawks, too, and when it gets too hot they crawl into the foliage.

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