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Photo#419186
Bee Wolf and Prey - Cerceris fumipennis - male - female

Bee Wolf and Prey - Cerceris fumipennis - Male Female
Ward Pound Ridge, Westchester County, New York, USA
June 27, 2010

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Bee Wolf and Prey - Cerceris fumipennis - male - female Bee Wolf and Prey - Cerceris fumipennis - male - female

Moved
Moved from Cerceris.

Moved

Maybe male and female
of the same species?

 
We thought of that, but doesn
We thought of that, but doesn't look right. Where are bee genitals anyway? Are they actually lined up here?

 
Male on top....
Male has mounted female, not yet consummated the relationship:-) Oh, and they are Cerceris wasps.

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