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Photo#775767
Ant? Wasp? - Myrmosula

Ant? Wasp? - Myrmosula
Rowland Heights, LA County, California, USA
May 26, 2013
What is this, a ant or a wasp? It looks like a ant, but behaves like an wasp.

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Ant? Wasp? - Myrmosula Ant? Wasp? - Myrmosula

Myrmosidae: Myrmosula sp., female
This is a solitary wasp.

Moved from Myrmosula rutilans.

Moved
Moved from Velvet Ants.

An expert will come along
and get you a species or genus ID. It takes time, but it will happen. Meanwhile you can Browse through the Mutillidae and see what you can find. Enjoy!

diff. family [ants are also a wasp family]
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thank you, but could you Iden
Thank you, but could you Identify it further or is it a hard task

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