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Beris morrisii, female
Volker Achterberg
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Posted on 30-01-2024 17:43
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date: 11 Aug 2023; location: in Hamburg, Germany, in a garden;
a Beris sp.? B. morrisii? female?
Thanks for any ID help!
Best regards, Volker
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Yes a female Beris. It is quite dark for morrisii and it seems the tibiae are darkened at apex, but I think that’s a shade.
So I think are probably right.

Theo
 
Volker Achterberg
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Thanks, Theo, for your ID help!
As I understand, Beris morrisii is rather likely.
I attach another picture, where you can see one tibia somewhat better.
Seems to be not darker at the apex.
Best regards, Volker
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Zeegers
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yes, that us better indeed.

Theo
 
Volker Achterberg
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Zeegers wrote:
yes, that us better indeed.

Theo


Thanks, Theo, for clarification!
Best regards, Volker
 
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