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carcelia spec.?
Mario Renden
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Posted on 21-06-2022 22:13
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I observed this possible carcelia spec. on 18th Juni 2022 in Den Helder, Netherlands. I found it in a park. Can someone tell me which species is this.

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Hi Mario, a male C. Iliaca, I think. Oaks/Thaumetopoea in the neighbourhood?
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the vertex is too narrow for iliaca. I'd say a male C. bombylans (yellow tibia 2, yellow basicosta, no discals on tergites, yellow humerus), which is pretty exciting in NL !


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Thanks Theo.

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Mario
 
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