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unknown chloropidae
Mario Renden
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I took pictures of this chloropidae on 8th August 2022 in Den Helder in The Netherlands. Can someone tell me which species is this? Thanks a lot.

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This looks like Cetema, but I don't know which species
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Thanks Tony.

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Chloropidae, Chloropinae: Cetema spec., males are necessary to identify Cetema spp. with certainty.
 
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This female is attacked by two Erythraeidae mites (Acari, Parasitengona) which abundantly parasitize also other chloropids which develop in grasses, e.g. Oscinella frit (L.).
 
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