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Posted on 24-11-2019 18:39
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Italy, Sardinia, Villanova Monteleone 03/09/2019
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Hi Pietro!

It is hard to see if the tergites are mostly dull black or if the entire abdomen shines metallic. But try Lejogaster tarsata.

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helge wrote:

Hi Pietro!

It is hard to see if the tergites are mostly dull black or if the entire abdomen shines metallic. But try Lejogaster tarsata.

Helge

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Thank you Helge, sorry for the delay!
All the tergites shine with black and metallic blue.
Lejogaster tarsata reported by Birtele for Sardinia.
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