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Abispa sp.

Potter Wasp

Typically large, with bold orange and black markings. Solitary wasps, the build massive mud nests and are commonly seen visiting water to collect mud.

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Abispa sp. (Potter Wasp) at Currarong, NSW - 2 Jan 2016 by HarveyPerkins
Abispa sp. (Potter Wasp) at Currarong, NSW - 2 Jan 2016 by HarveyPerkins

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Potter Wasp - Currarong

Species information

  • Abispa sp. Scientific name
  • Potter Wasp Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • External link More information

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