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unknown sphaeroceridae
Mario Renden
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Posted on 11-09-2022 11:09
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I saw this sphaeroceridae on 18th August 2022 in Den Helder, Netherlands attracted to light. Does someone know which species is this?

Thanks a lot.

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From what I can see here I would suggest Minilimosina female, possibly around 'fungicola'. Are the apical scutellars the same length as the scutellum?
 
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I am not sure where I can find the apical scutellars. I have added one more picture. Hopefully the apical scutellars are on it and identification to species level will be possible.

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Mario Renden
 
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The apical scutellars are at the top of the scutellum (middle part of hind border).
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Something went wrong when adding an additional picture of which I thought should show the scutellum in more detail. But, through my micropscope I couldn't find any long hairs on the scutellum. I now have added a picture which appears to show the absence of hairs on the scutellum, but I can't guarantee they haven't been broken and disappeared.

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From this I would just go for Minilimosina .sp
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