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Photo#325430
unknown hymenoptera - Ageniella reynoldsi

unknown hymenoptera - Ageniella reynoldsi
Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
August 23, 2009

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unknown hymenoptera - Ageniella reynoldsi unknown hymenoptera - Ageniella reynoldsi

Moved
Moved from Spider Wasps. After reviewing the literature again, I'm confident in this ID...the combination of yellow wings and red abdomen is distinctive.

 
Thanks Nick,
for working to get this one identified.

Wrong tribe (not subfamily...sheesh!)
abdoment seems pretty narrow around T1, so I'll correct myself and say it's an Agenielline. In which case this is Ageniella reynoldsi.

Moved
Moved to family to avoid it getting lost in the ID request abyss.

Moved from ID Request.

Priocnemis pretiosa...
comes to mind. I need to do more research to be sure and eliminate other possibilities.

I don't know...
off the top of my head what it is, but it's something new to the guide and something VERY good.

wasp
in the family Pompilidae... subfamily Pepsinae. i am not sure what it is... i will have to look into it. absolutely beautiful wasp, and wonderful photos.

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