: Chrysis schencki.

A common species in forest margins and clearings with sun-exposed dead wood. The hosts include the Eumeninae Ancistrocerus trifasciatusChrysis schencki is difficult to separate from closely related species and the best character seems to be the thin mandibles of the females. Otherwise the puncture of T2 is finer and denser than in Chrysis impressa.

Chrysis schencki Linsenmaier, 1968
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