: Chrysis borealis.

A recently described species that is extremely difficult to distinguish from Chrysis impressa and Chrysis schencki. Host are Ancistrocerus parietum and probaly also Ancistrocerus scoticus. The species seems to be rare in Fennoscandia. The metasoma is often denser and more strongly punctured than in C. impressa. The mandibel of the female is thicker than in C. schencki.

Chrysis borealis Paukkunen, Ødegaard & Soon, 2014
Creative Commons Attribution | Juho Paukkunen | Alexander Berg | Villu Soon | Frode Ødegaard | Paolo Rosa | NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet | Norsk institutt for naturforskning
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