Figures 1–6. Entypus unifasciatus. 1 in Geographic variation in host selection in the spider wasps Entypus unifasciatus (Say) and Tachypompilus ferrugineus (Say) (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae), II

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Figures 1–6. Entypus unifasciatus. 1) Entypus unifasciatus unifasciatus (Say), female, with immobilized Dolomedes tenebrosus Hentz (Pisauridae), adult female, Caitlin Dunbar Nature Center, Lichester, Howard County, MD. © Photographer unknown. 2) Entypus unifasciatus cressoni (Banks), female, attempting to re-sting immobilized Dolomedes tenebrosus, adult female, Lewisville, Denton County, TX. Photograph © Ruthanne Thomas. 3) Entypus unifasciatus cressoni, female, with immobilized Rabidosa rabida (Walckenaer) (Lycosidae), adult female, Cook's Slough Nature Park, Uvalde County, TX. Photograph © Tripp Davenport. 4) Entypus unifasciatus californicus (Townes), female, with immobilized Schizocosa mccooki (Montgomery) (Lycosidae), adult female, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County, CA. Photograph © Morgan Cantrell. 5) Entypus unifasciatus cressoni, female, with immobilized Ctenus sp. (Ctenidae), adult or subadult female, Tequila, Jalisco State, Mexico. Photograph © Chris Lloyd. 6) Entypus unifasciatus urichi (Banks), female, with immobilized Ancylometes bogotensis (Keyserling) (Ctenidae), subadult female or juvenile, San Antonio del Tequendama, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Photograph © German Leonel Sarmiento Cruz.
Date made availableMar 31 2022

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