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Choerades castellanii, female confirmed
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Austria, June 2022; about 570 m asl.

Thank you for your help!

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I agree with your ID, Helge. This is castellanii. The typical shape of the proboscis with its "pointed" apex and the long downward bent bristles on the upper part of the face are good characters to separate this species from fimbriata/fulva and from the marginata group ( proboscis).

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Great! (:
Thank you for your explanations, Danny!

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Great! (:
Thank you for your explanations, Danny!

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