: Chrysis ruddii.

A relatively common species in forest margins and sandy areas. The host is the Eumeninae Ancistrocerus oviventris. The species is relatively easy to recognize through the densely punctured tergites, red sternites, and the broad pronotum.

Chrysis ruddii Schuckard, 1837
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