The only one in the genus

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Wednesday, 25 May 2011 19:28

Just a quick one today as I am knackered and I have another big day ahead tomorrow. This rather distinctive looking wasp is called Sapyga quinquepunctata and we found it under some old timbers at Rye on Monday whilst looking for Helops. I like this wasp as it is easy to ID and there is only one in the genus!

1 Response to "The only one in the genus"

Jane Adams Says:

Great to see the female - I caught a male snooping around my bee hotel the other day Jane

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