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Crabronid ? wasp from Hungary = Nomada cf succinata
eguzki
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Posted on 04-05-2021 14:55
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Hello all!

Could you give me any indications at least the genus level of this small wasp?

Location: Hungary
Habitat: Shady forest edge
Size: ~10 mm

Thank you in advance!
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Greetings, Tomi
 
Jan Maca
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Nomada, I think.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
Nomada, I think.


This is the reason why I was unable to find any similar ones amongst crabronid galleries.

Thank you Jan!
Greetings, Tomi
 
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Hi Tomi, it's probably a female Nomada succinata:
http://www.wildbi...-nsucc.htm
https://www.bioli.../id277190/

Greetings, Eric
 
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eklans wrote:
Hi Tomi, it's probably a female Nomada succinata:
http://www.wildbi...-nsucc.htm
https://www.bioli.../id277190/

Greetings, Eric


Hi Eric!

Thank you very much for the additional info and for the links as well!
Greetings, Tomi
 
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