Laphria sacrator is a more northern and northeastern species. Has several distinctive features including the long yellow hairs on the fore and mid-leg and the first three segments of the abdomen are yellow. Note also the blackish look to the head. Bullington knew very little about this species. Fisher lists it for the NE and for NC. These shots are from Wisconsin in June. Not sure if it occurs in any season except early summer.

The frontal look with the black facial appearance. This is a stout male. Wide-bodied males even for this genus.