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Photo#583537
Triscolia? - Scolia dubia - female

Triscolia? - Scolia dubia - Female
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
September 30, 2011
Size: ~1.5 inches

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Triscolia? - Scolia dubia - female Triscolia? - Scolia dubia - female Triscolia? - Scolia dubia - female

Female
6 abdominal segments and short antennae = ♀

Scolia dubia haematodes
I'm confident this is Scolia dubia haematodes, the subspecies of Scolia dubia that lacks yellow spots on the abdomen. Trisolia ardens does not occur as far east as Austin.

Moved from ID Request.

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