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This Chrysididae on a goldenrod was identified as Hedychrum rutilans (Dahlbom, 1854) thanks to Christian Schmid-Egger (HymIS.de).
Location: Boeldershoek, Hengelo (Overijssel), Netherlands
Keywords: Iridescence, parasite
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nl: Goudwesp van de soort Hedychrum rutilans op een guldenroede op braakliggend terrein (ruigte)
Locatie: Industrieterrein Boeldershoek, Hengelo (Overijssel), Nederland
Trefwoorden: Iriseren, goudwesp, parasiet
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de: Goldwespe der Art Hedychrum rutilans auf eine Goldenrute auf brachliegendes Grundstück
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current22:46, 6 October 2006Thumbnail for version as of 22:46, 6 October 2006800 × 600 (102 KB)Wofl~commonswikiimproved colours
22:48, 6 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 22:48, 6 September 2006800 × 600 (145 KB)Arp{{Information| |Description= Some kind of Chrysididae <br>''Location: ''Boeldershoek, Hengelo (Overijssel), Netherlands <br>''Keywords: ''Iridescence, parasite <br>--- <br>'''nl: ''' Eén of andere soort [[:nl:Goudwesp|goudwesp]
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