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A small to medium black wasp with extremely busy yellow antennae.
Searching the crevices in coarse bark on a E.microcarpa. Local public parkland within suburbia.
Family Pompilidae - Auplopus are known for removing the legs of spiders before carrying them off to their nest to parasitise. I suppose those pesky legs just get in the way. Very common.
Spotted on Dec 14, 2012
Submitted on Dec 16, 2012