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Queen Ant Killer Aphilanthops frigidus




Queen Ant Killer Aphilanthops frigidus





Female: 11 to 14 mm long. Unlike Cerceris, this species does not have a spare tire-like abdominal segment 1. Unlike Philanthus species, this species does not have the inner eye margin indented.

Similar Species: Female face is similar to male Philanthus politus, but the mid mark on P. politus extends to simple eyes at top of head (ocelli) and the stripe is narrower than in A. frigidus.

Head: Cheeks sparsely covered with fine whitish hairs. Face black with three yellow longitudinal stripes, at inside edge of inner eye margins and in center of face up to antenna bases. Sometimes a small yellow line at back of eyes. Mandibles with a small yellow spot at base, rest black.

Antenna: Scape black with yellow spots. Underside of antenna has 3 to 4 reddish segments. Tips reddish. Note: If underside of segments have no red, then it's A. subfrigidus which does not fly in Ontario.

Thorax: Black, with slight longitudinal grooves. Yellow collar stripe usually slightly interrupted at center. Usually two yellow spots at mid thorax, and various yellow spots on thorax side, near wing knob, below wing knob, around tubercles and nearer abdomen end of thorax are sometimes missing or vague. Thorax sides sparsely covered with brownish to whitish hairs.

Wings: Wing knobs brownish. Wings slightly tinted, veins reddish-brown.

Legs: Black and yellow. Thighs (femora) usually black with wide or narrow yellow tips. Shins (tibiae) yellow with reddish tips. Feet yellow to reddish orange.

Abdomen: Black with yellow bands. Segment 1 band wide and widely interrupted at center. Segment 2 band is wide, narrowly interrupted or not. Bands on 3 to 5 narrower, also interrupted or not. Underside usually striped, or with spots at each segment side.

Habitat: Fields and meadows where there are ant nests.

Food: Adults feed on nectar, larva feed on winged queen ants in the Acid Ant (Formica) family.

Flight Time: June to mid August.

Life Cycle: Nesting in colonies, usually of stony sand, covering several square yards of territory. Females lay one egg on 2 to 3 winged queen ants (with wings removed) per cell. (Acid Ants Formica species). Female holds ant by antenna with her mandibles, and flies with mid and hind legs wrapped around the queen ant.

Comments: Ojibway Prairies species list, 2008. Kent County Rondeau Prov. Park species list Oct, 2009.
The ant prey is parasitized by a Miltogrammine fly Senotainia trilineata which deposits live larva on the queen ants while they are being carried ‘in flight’ by the Queen Ant Kidnapper wasp. Also parasitized by Cuckoo-wasp Chrysis.


Synonyms:
Philanthus frigidus Cat. Hym. Brit. Mus. 1856 Vol 4, pg 476 male;
Also see Amer. Ent. Soc. Vol 25, 1898-9 Monograph…Philanthinae Boreal America pp. 19-20.
Also see Cresson Philanthinae Ent. Soc. Phil. Vol 5, 1877 pg. 85 Note: variations described by Cresson are for A. subfrigidus.
Aphilanthops bakeri Canad. Ent. 1896 Vol 28, pg 203 male; 1 c., p. 401, 1880 male and female
Nomada (Holonomada) dawsoni Nebr. Univ. Studies 1912, Vol 12, pg 83 male


Jul 17, 2009 in S. W. Ontario, Canada.











Queen Ant Killer Aphilanthops frigidus




Queen Ant Killer Aphilanthops frigidus





Female: 11 to 14 mm long. Unlike Cerceris, this species does not have a spare tire-like abdominal segment 1. Unlike Philanthus species, this species does not have the inner eye margin indented.

Similar Species: Female face is similar to male Philanthus politus, but the mid mark on P. politus extends to simple eyes at top of head (ocelli) and the stripe is narrower than in A. frigidus.

Head: Cheeks sparsely covered with fine whitish hairs. Face black with three yellow longitudinal stripes, at inside edge of inner eye margins and in center of face up to antenna bases. Sometimes a small yellow line at back of eyes. Mandibles with a small yellow spot at base, rest black.

Antenna: Scape black with yellow spots. Underside of antenna has 3 to 4 reddish segments. Tips reddish. Note: If underside of segments have no red, then it's A. subfrigidus which does not fly in Ontario.

Thorax: Black, with slight longitudinal grooves. Yellow collar stripe usually slightly interrupted at center. Usually two yellow spots at mid thorax, and various yellow spots on thorax side, near wing knob, below wing knob, around tubercles and nearer abdomen end of thorax are sometimes missing or vague. Thorax sides sparsely covered with brownish to whitish hairs.

Wings: Wing knobs brownish. Wings slightly tinted, veins reddish-brown.

Legs: Black and yellow. Thighs (femora) usually black with wide or narrow yellow tips. Shins (tibiae) yellow with reddish tips. Feet yellow to reddish orange.

Abdomen: Black with yellow bands. Segment 1 band wide and widely interrupted at center. Segment 2 band is wide, narrowly interrupted or not. Bands on 3 to 5 narrower, also interrupted or not. Underside usually striped, or with spots at each segment side.

Habitat: Fields and meadows where there are ant nests.

Food: Adults feed on nectar, larva feed on winged queen ants in the Acid Ant (Formica) family.

Flight Time: June to mid August.

Life Cycle: Nesting in colonies, usually of stony sand, covering several square yards of territory. Females lay one egg on 2 to 3 winged queen ants (with wings removed) per cell. (Acid Ants Formica species). Female holds ant by antenna with her mandibles, and flies with mid and hind legs wrapped around the queen ant.

Comments: Ojibway Prairies, Windsor, Ont. species list, 2008. Kent County Rondeau Prov. Park species list Oct, 2009.
The ant prey is parasitized by a Miltogrammine fly Senotainia trilineata which deposits live larva on the queen ants while they are being carried ‘in flight’ by the Queen Ant Kidnapper wasp. Also parasitized by Cuckoo-wasp Chrysis.


Synonyms:
Philanthus frigidus Cat. Hym. Brit. Mus. 1856 Vol 4, pg 476 male;
Also see Amer. Ent. Soc. Vol 25, 1898-9 Monograph…Philanthinae Boreal America pp. 19-20.
Also see Cresson Philanthinae Ent. Soc. Phil. Vol 5, 1877 pg. 85 Note: variations described by Cresson are for A. subfrigidus.
Aphilanthops bakeri Canad. Ent. 1896 Vol 28, pg 203 male;
Nomada (Holonomada) dawsoni Nebr. Univ. Studies 1912, Vol 12, pg 83 male

Jul 17, 2009 in S. W. Ontario, Canada.









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