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Wasp? - Anoplius

Wasp? - Anoplius
Blanchard township, Lafayette County, Wisconsin, USA
August 12, 2013
Thanks for your help!

Moved
Moved from ID Request. It also appears to lack a tarsal comb, so I'm placing it at the subgenus level.

Spider Wasp (Pompilidae) - female
Rough setae on last gastral segment would suggest an all-black member of the genus Anoplius, but let's wait for an expert of this difficult group.

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