The Wasp Mantidfly is a mostly diurnal wasp mimic found in Canada at the northern limits of its range, in southern BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec (Cannings and Cannings 2006). Flight season in British Columbia is from June to October (Cannings and Cannings 2006).
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