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Sphecidae or Pompilidae?
guplox
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Posted on 14-02-2018 07:51
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Spotted it in September 2017 eastern China.
Which family? Sphecidae? Pomilidae?

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piros
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Pompilidae for me.

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Thank you, Henrik.

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piros wrote:
Pompilidae for me.

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Henrik
 
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