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folicallychalled
folicallychalled 5 years ago

I am sure you already found my spotting: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/228...

Not the same species as yours, but you see what I mean with the general appearance and the hairy bands.

Very few images and little information on these reclusive wasps.

Dave

VivBraznell
VivBraznell 5 years ago

Thanks Dave. Yes it was quite big, not aggressive though. The first pic is of the wasp when I removed it from in the house to outside in the evening, the next 3 images are from the following morning. It had hardly moved. Still looking at megascolia wasps ...

folicallychalled
folicallychalled 5 years ago

My guess is that this was BIG. From the rows of lateral hairs on the abdomen, you should be looking under megascolia wasps.

Dave

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จังหวัดนครศรีธรรมราช, Thailand

Spotted on Jan 16, 2015
Submitted on Feb 2, 2015

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