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Mutillidae (I think)
Alkaline flat with silver sage
This is a male due to the wings.
Appears black with yellow strips on it's rear. Part of the
Wasp (despite the names) whose wingless females resemble large, hairy ants.
Furry ant found in the Ozarks.
Velvet ant not ant but they are wasp.
Crazy looking ant?! Looks like he gives a painful sting. Any ideas on the ID ...
The Mutillidae are a family of more than ...
Mayan Ruins. Family Mutillidae.
Redish-orange and black ant. average size (2.5 cm)
seeing all kinds of neat things, we came across this single
Wingless wasp of the family Mutillidae.
Mutillidae (Velvet Ant) cerca de San Isidro ...
Black and red hairy body, mimicking an ant. When disturbed lets out a ...
was eating or not but it was looking for something.
About 3 cm long (1.17 ...
The genus Dasymutilla belongs to the
This "Ant" is actually a wingless female wasp, of the "
Their common name velvet ant refers to their dense pile of hair which most ...
find one. It has black legs, antennae and mandibles. Family
Wingless wasp. About 3 cm lenght, belongs to the family
This looked like a huge ant! Sorry for the fuzzy pic it was moving pretty fast
Also known as the Cow Killer ant because of its painful sting
Despite their name, velvet ants are actually wasps. This one never stopped ...
This is a wingless wasp that looks like a hairy ant, but it can give a painful ...
Almost an inch long
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