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Ectemnius Cephalotes

Square-headed Digger Wasp.

Posing on granite, note the "brushes" around the sting. 300+MC-20 natural light.



In the burrow, an old oak post. 60 macro setup with flash.

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Re: Ectemnius Cephalotes

Where's the hole in the granite?
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Where's the hole in the granite?
I think he's just looking for it, either that or a dentist.
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Re: Ectemnius Cephalotes

A dentist will teach him how to sting big time.
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Re: Ectemnius Cephalotes

Lovely images but the lack of a yellow stripe across the back of the thorax and the striping along the legs, makes me doubt that it is cephalotes. Some of the species are very difficult to separate.

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Re: Ectemnius Cephalotes

Possibly lapidarius then?
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Possibly lapidarius then?
That looks more likely. Strangely, as our most widespread species, it is absent from my book.

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