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Wasp IMG_8130 - Pachodynerus erynnis

Wasp IMG_8130 - Pachodynerus erynnis
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, Key West, Monroe County, Florida, USA
April 3, 2011


Moved from Aculeata - Bees, Ants, and Stinging Wasps.

Resembles the Red-marked Pachodynerus (Pachodynerus erynnis):

The experts will let you know for sure.

Just saw that. It says it's the only red-marked one of its genus in the Info.

But there are
reddish species in other eumenine genera, as I recall.

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