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Photo#58950
Mole cricket hunter? - Larra bicolor

Mole cricket hunter? - Larra bicolor
Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, USA
June 14, 2006
Larra bicolor? I started noticing these out when the Great golden diggers started showing up. They are very active on the ground, after some time hunting, I watched as they would go to a shrub and rest in the shade.

Moved
Moved from Digger Wasps.

Larra
looks like bicolor

needs a guide page

Moved
Moved from Wasps.

I suggest
that you move this one and related image to family level if you are not sure of species and hope that a specialist will see it there and be able to help you further.

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