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Chaetorellia jaceae?
Gabi
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Posted on 19-11-2010 22:06
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Hallo,
liege ich mit der Bestimmung Chaetorellia jaceae richtig?
Größe: etwa 7 mm, Larve am 13.08.2010 in Flockenblume gefunden.
Deutschland, Baden Württemberg Kaiserstuhl, Bötzingen, 192 m ü. NN, 19.Nov. 2010
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I doubt between Chaetorellia jaceae and Terellia tussilaginis?! Frown
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Hallo Sara,
vielen Dank für deine Hilfe.
Ich hänge noch ein Bild an vielleicht klappt es ja damit.Wink
Liebe Grüße
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I think you're right and it's Chaetorellia jaceae.Smile
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Herzlichen Dank Sara.Smile
Beste Grüße
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Chaetorellia jaceae
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Vielen Dank Saeed.Wink

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Chaetorellia sp. Certain identification could be possible if aculeus exposed and measured or host plant known. As for jaceae, wing crossbands are not oblique, as for acrolophi or australis, the size is tooo large.
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