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Photo#64019
Anoplius aethiops - female

Anoplius aethiops - Female
Van Buren Township, Hancock County, Ohio, USA
September 4, 2003
Size: 21 mm
The hairs that are so characteristic of the subgenus Lophopompilus are a little matted, but it did have an emarginate clypeus, three tarsal comb spines, and an arcuate pronotal margin. Again, the picture is shadowy but we can always hope for someone to get a great identifiable photo.