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Pompilidae => Episyron arrogans
Gansucha
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Posted on 18-09-2018 22:40
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Ukraine, Rivne regiuon, on July 3.
Could someone say what species of Pompilidae is in the photo, or at least give a link to a site where you can search for the representatives of this family ?
farm2.staticflickr.com/1872/29816282167_b041c4a15d_b.jpg
farm2.staticflickr.com/1865/44034314004_caf746d98a_b.jpg
Edited by Gansucha on 19-09-2018 23:16
 
piros
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Posted on 19-09-2018 15:31
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I would suggest Episyron arrogans (female).

Greetings,

Henrik
Edited by piros on 19-09-2018 15:31
 
Gansucha
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piros wrote:
I would suggest Episyron arrogans (female).

I think you are right. Thank you !
But they say that it is a male.
Edited by Gansucha on 20-09-2018 20:12
 
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Yes, it is a male...awkward
 
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