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Bellardia ? confirmed
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Posted on 18-09-2022 08:39
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Hi,

Center of France (Loiret) on 27th june 2022.
With 2+3 dc, 2+3 ac and 3 ia, dark callipters, Bellardia is correct ?
Discal setae on tergit 4, may be B. varium ?
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Hello Eugéne, Bellardia is correct, but I think it's not the female B. viarum which should have longer discals on T4. So pandia and vulgaris are possible candidates, too. Do you have a photo showing the pv-bristles on fore tibia (2: B. pandia)?
Edited by eklans on 18-09-2022 14:36
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I have no good picture of fore tibia. The best one don't show any pv bristles on fore tibia :

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Okay, that makes it difficult to guess the number of bristles. Seems, we should stay with female Bellardia sp.
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Many thanks Eric
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