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Photo#65517
Digger Wasp - Lyroda subita

Digger Wasp - Lyroda subita
Essex, Ontario, Canada
July 18, 2006
Size: About 8 mm
On Queen Anne's Lace.

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Moved
Moved from Larrinae.

likely Lyroda subita (Say)
Miscophini

 
Thanks
Inundated with crickets this year. Sincerely hope Lyroda subita go forth and multiply. Thanks for the ID.
Cheers,

Sphecidae: Larrinae?
Hard to tell from these images, but I strongly suspect it is a sphecid wasp in the subfamily Larrinae. Legs don't look long enough to be a pompilid, and the pygidial plate is very obvious, which is characteristic of Larrinae.

 
Many thanks
Thanks for the ID Eric.

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