Figure

Wed, 2020-03-18 13:44 -- hwadmin
Summary: 
Hyleoides zonalis, a wasp mimic (a), and its likely model, a potter wasp (Vespidae: Eumeninae) (b). The darkened wings of the bee are held in a V-shape like those of the wasp but are not folded longitudinally. Also, the prothorax takes very different forms in the two insects. Photos: Kerry Stuart.
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