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Genus Crossocerus - Equilateral Square-headed Wasps


Little wasp - Crossocerus nitidiventris Square-headed Wasp - Crossocerus nitidiventris - female Beewolf preying on Crane Fly? - Crossocerus nitidiventris - female Beewolf preying on Crane Fly? - Crossocerus nitidiventris - female equilateral squarehead - Crossocerus impressifrons Squareheaded wasp - Crossocerus impressifrons Curated male specimen from the CAS - Crossocerus maculipennis - male Curated male specimen from the CAS - Crossocerus maculipennis - male

Small Rose Wasp - Crossocerus lentus Small Rose Wasp - Crossocerus lentus Crossocerus minimus - Crossocerus - female Crossocerus minimus - Crossocerus - female

Hymenoptera. Crabonidae. - Crossocerus binotatus - female Hymenoptera. Crabonidae. - Crossocerus binotatus - female Hymenoptera. Crabonidae. - Crossocerus binotatus - female Hymenoptera. Crabonidae. - Crossocerus binotatus - female

Red bodied Hymenopteran - Crossocerus What is this? A wasp?  - Crossocerus angelicus What is this? A wasp?  - Crossocerus angelicus