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Vespula germanica - female

Vespula germanica - Female
Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA
April 11, 2010

wow! I've always wanted a xa
wow!
I've always wanted a xanthic queen Vespula germanica! I caught one last year but my ctas dismantled it when I had pinned it for my collection ¬_¬ ....

I really wish to have xanthic workers as well... Oh by the way is it normal for The palearctic Vespula vulgaris species to have free discal spots and two yellow spots on the Propodeum?

Because I know that Vespula "alascensis" usually doesn't have these mentioned features...

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