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Not going to be a Sphecid Sand Wasp with an ovipositor like that sticking out at the back, you don't see that in Sphecids. One of tyhe many and varied "Ichneumons" in this case.
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Sorry, I didn't see your post before I commented. I agree with you.
I think sand wasps have yellow stripes on their bodies. It could be a type of Ichneumon wasp, there are thousands of species so it would be hard to identify.
Could be a Pimpla species.
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