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Photo#71754
Anoplius insolens - female

Anoplius insolens - Female
Solano County, California, USA
July 1, 2006
Size: 12 mm
This is an all-black member of the subgenus Pompilinus. These species are very homogeneous in structure and females are very difficult to identify.

is that one of the ones I sen
is that one of the ones I sent you?

 
Yeah...
I forgot to put that in the comments like I had with the others...sorry. I've never been to California:-)

 
don't be sorry I was just cur
don't be sorry I was just curious :) thanks for not giving the exact spot I found it in.

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