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Posted on 13-03-2020 11:05
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Hi,
is an ID possible here?
Vienna, early March

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Cheers, Lorin

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A tip from laymen. Many early-spring Tenthredinidae belong to Dolerus, a numerous, and probably difficult, genus.
 
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Agree with Dolerus and quite a common one is D. gonager with femora and base of tibiae being orange.

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added microscopic images - do they help?
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