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Siphona (not geniculata)?
Carnifex
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Posted on 30-05-2024 22:25
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I usually refrain from attempting to ID these, but this one strikes me as quite different, and it seems to have only 3 post-sut dc, so how far can it be IDed?
Garden in Vienna, late May

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Posted on 31-05-2024 21:58
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The black tegula and very yellow second antennal segment strongly S. paludosa.

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Posted on 01-06-2024 08:23
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Thanks Theo,
I took a different route as I could only see 3 post-sut dc's, and the 3rd antennal segment seems to be wider than the fore femure, which shoulc exclude paludosa according to Tschorsnig's key
Edited by Carnifex on 01-06-2024 08:24
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That's why I used "suggests"
 
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Posted on 01-06-2024 22:59
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actually, you didn't use it Wink
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