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Photo#36093
Wasp on goldenrod ID? - Triscolia ardens

Wasp on goldenrod ID? - Triscolia ardens
Williamson County, Texas, USA
October 13, 2005
This wasp was feeding at goldenrod late in the day; it's the only one like this I've ever seen.

Moved
Moved from Scolia ardens.

Moved
Moved from Scoliid Wasps.

Moved
Moved from Scolia. Moved back - need to investigate further.

Moved
Moved from Scoliid Wasps.

Scolia sp.
This is a scoliid wasp, in the genus Scolia. Don't know which species.

 
it might be scolia dubia, pos
it might be scolia dubia, possibly ardens? might have spelled it wrong

 
Triscolia ardens
This one looks like Triscolia ardens. You can just barely make out the third submarginal cell which sets apart T. ardens. I am not entirely sure of the modern taxonomy, so the genus might actually be Scolia.

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