Vimeo video: Symmorphus bifasciatus og Chrysis angustula

One of the most common Chrysididae which is frequently found in gardens on walls, tree stems, and other sun-exposed places. The host is the Eumeninae Symmorphus bifasciatus. Chrysis angustula can be recognized by the small size, narrow body-shape, and the sparse punctation on T2.

Chrysis angustula Schenck, 1856
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