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Amobia signata ?
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Posted on 28-06-2020 07:52

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I think this is Amobia signata spotted stalking a potter wasp on my potentilla bush. Worthing South coast England.

Brian V. stalker #1 by Brian Valentine, on Flickr
Daniel Whitmore
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Posted on 29-06-2020 23:09

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Posted on 30-06-2020 14:13

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Thanks for the confirmation Daniel Smile

Brian V.
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