: Chrysis longula.

A relatively rare species occuring in warm forest margins with large amounts of dead wood. The host is Ancistrocerus antilope, and probably also other larger species of Eumeninae. This is one of the largest species of Chrysis, and it is characterised by coarse punctation on T2 and red sternites.

Chrysis longula Abeille de Perrin, 1879
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