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Beewolf - Tachytes distinctus - female

Beewolf - Tachytes distinctus - Female
Ft. Colins, Larimer County, Colorado, USA
August 5, 2011
I would appreciate verification of identification as Philanthus ventilabris.

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Beewolf - Tachytes distinctus - female Beewolf - Tachytes distinctus - female

Moved
Moved from Tachytes.

Female
This is a female Tachytes distinctus. (widespread) Pretty! -- 10 flagellomeres = ♀

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

I'm thinking
something in/near Tachytes:



The experts will be able to say for sure.

I am no expert but...
...shouldn't the basal segment of the antennae be yellow? And the eyes look a little too close together. It may help to post a dorsal view.

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