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Bev Wigney | all galleries >> Galleries >> Wasp, Hornets & Sawflies > Beewolf - probably Philanthus lepidus - male
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Beewolf - probably Philanthus lepidus - male

I.D. thanks to Eric Eaton. Found moving about on goldenrod flowers at the marble rock cut on
the road between Maberly and Elphin.

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Eric Eaton 02-Jan-2010 21:29
Ok, this is a male "beewolf," probably Philanthus lepidus. Great shot!
vincy reed 30-Aug-2009 15:13
my husband was stung with the tiny wasp .we are from down east maine on the coast.the spots was white and red around it. i did get the stinger out.the wasps was in a nest like a hornet would build.he did spray and kill them.
Kazelqov 23-Jul-2009 13:10
Hi webmaster! cjt
Kazelfpj 14-Jul-2009 00:17
Hi webmaster! lhv
Guest 24-Aug-2007 01:16
Did you ask for it's wallet...No ID... LOL
Guest 19-Aug-2004 21:10
No, a wasp, but I have no idea which one:-)