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Wasp ID Request - Labidus coecus

Wasp ID Request - Labidus coecus
Schulenburg, Fayette County, Texas, USA
March 16, 2013
Thanks for the help,

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Thank you Steven. Interesting that they are only in Texas.

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Moved from Legionary Ants.

Sorry for the (unintended) double move.

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Moved from Ants.

Can not see the mandible well
Can not see the mandible well enough but other wise looks like N. swainsonii

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Moved from ID Request.

I suspect that Brandon's right.

Maybe a male army ant?

 
Wow
I learn something new from Bug Guide nearly every day. These appeared later, but on the same day as a lot of Ophions, so I thought it might be a male of that species. This surely looks like it.

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