: Cleptes semiauratus.

A relativey rare species, which is a cleptoparasite on sawflies living in shrubs and meadows. The genus is easy to recognize by color patterns and morphology. Cleptes semiauratus can be distinguished from the closely related C. nitidulus and C. semicyaneus by the punctured furrow along the basis of pronotum.

Cleptes semiauratus (Linnaeus, 1761)
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