: Chrysis equestris.

A rare species mostly found in old forest margins with sun-exposed dead wood. The hosts are Eumeninae in the genus Discoelius. The species has a very characteristic colour patterns as well as six apical teeth on T3. Chrysis equestris can only be confused with C. zetterstedti.

Chrysis equestris Dahlbom, 1854
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