: Pseudomalus triangulifer.

A relatively rare species found in places with shruby vegetation and large amounts of dead wood. The hosts are wood living Crabronidae in the genus Pemphredon. The species is easily confused with Pseudomalus auratus, but P. triangulifer is larger, have longer antennae, and a more triangle shaped apical notch of T3.

Pseudomalus triangulifer (Abeille, 1877)
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