: Chrysis terminata.

A relatively common species in forest margins and clearings with sun-exposed dead wood. The host is the Eumeninae Ancistrocerus nigricornis. The species can be separated from closely related species by the uniform coarse puncture of the tergites and the frontal carina that is separated into tooth-like tubercles.

Chrysis terminata Dahlbom, 1854
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