: Omalus biaccinctus.

A relatively rare species that may be found in shrubs and warm slopes with large amounts of dead wood. The hosts are small Crabronidae of the genus Passaloecus. Omalus biaccinctus is rather easy to separate from closey related species by the wrikled mesoscutum.

Omalus biaccinctus (Buysson, 1891)
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