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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by tektite, Aug 7, 2008.
I'm gonna say it's a Cricket Hunter Wasp (Chlorion aerarium)
That's a new one to me. Thanks, Paul.
Sorry to correct you, but Chlorion is not possible - Chlorion species (all over the world) never have such a hairy thorax, it is always shiny. In addition the whole body is metallic blue or green.
I would rather put the above species near Sphex pennsylvanicus.
no problem Harry - I just surfed the web for black wasp blue wings in an attempt to help
After looking on the web - I'd have to agree
Post your photo along with location and date information at Bugguide.net You'll likely have an answer before the day is out.
Thanks for all the help!