Timeline for What type of bee/wasp is this?

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Aug 13 '18 at 11:22 comment added Samuel DR The head and jaws don't look like Ancistrocerus but are perfect for Vespa or Dolichovespula
Mar 21 '18 at 19:26 comment added Graham Chiu Wasps are differentiated by their wing patterns, the way they fold their wings at rest, their eye shapes,wing veinal pattern and abdominal colouration pattern. The sample is dead and not at rest, and is discoloured by the oxidation. But the colouring most closely resembles the one I selected. The rest of the characteristics are too obscured. But there's likely a nest nearby so he could capture another one.
Mar 21 '18 at 16:32 comment added bli Why do you think so? What details make you suggest this wasp rather than others?
Mar 21 '18 at 3:35 history answered Graham Chiu CC BY-SA 3.0