: Chrysis rutilans.

Chrysis rutilans is a rare species with a southeastern distribution in Fennoscandia. It is found in sun exposed forest margins, and the adults often visit flowers of Apiaceae. The species resembles C. splendidula in colouration, but the body is more slender and the punctation of T2 is finer. Hosts are Gymnomerus laevipes and Ancistrocerus.

Chrysis rutilans Olivier, 1790
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