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two Coenosia in my garden - same or different species?
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Posted on 26-04-2024 21:22
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In my garden in Vienna, late April.

Sitting in the same spot, I am assuming C. testacea for the ♂, but not sure if the ♀ is a different species (e.g. tigrina)

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Posted on 30-04-2024 13:17
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any thoughts?
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Male (1st) is testacea or nigridigita. Female is not tigrina.
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Thanks Nikita, so far I did not find nigridigita in my garden, only testacea
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