Gorytes croceipes Eversmann, 1849; Argogorytes mongolensis Tsuneki, 1971; Argogorytes przewalskyi Kazenas, 1971; Mellinus campestris Fabricius, 1790; Gorytes pleuripunctatus: Dittrich, 1911; Argogorytes hispanicus Yildirim and Ljubomirov, 2005
The scarcer and smaller of our two Argogorytes wasps, but seemingly with a similar biology to A. mystaceus. Often cited as Gorytes campestris (Linnaeus, 1761) in older literature.
Recorded sparingly within England as far north as the Filey-Bridlington district of South-east Yorkshire. Older records from South Wales, and as far west as South Devon. Also found on the Channel Islands. Abroad, this species may be restricted to Europe (Lomholdt, 1975-76).