Males of Evagetes subangulatus patrolled primarily among shrubs in an area where females dug in soil. Twenty-nine individually-marked males were seen from 0 to 16 days after marking. They shared a home range space of about 400 m3. Although they did not exhibit territoriality, they chased and pounced upon one another and upon unmarked, conspecific males and females.
Barrows, Edward M.
"Male Behavior in Evagetes Subangulatus (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae),"
The Great Lakes Entomologist: Vol. 11
, Article 11.
Available at: http://scholar.valpo.edu/tgle/vol11/iss1/11