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Miltogramma germari? NL June 2019
johanvantbosch
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Posted on 01-04-2020 21:02
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Is this Miltogramma germari? Not punctatum I think, but I have not found out yet what M. testaceifrons looks like.
Photographed near Ouddorp, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands on 16 June 2019
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Edited by johanvantbosch on 01-04-2020 21:03
Best wishes,
Johan van 't Bosch
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
 
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Posted on 02-04-2020 09:49
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Hi Johan

This is typical M. germari indeed. Testaceifrons is much smaller, more slender, very rare and restricted to Zuid-Limburg. Germari is common in the seadunes of NL. One of those ‘ Hesperia comma’ distributions I once described in ‘ Duin”: common in the seadunes, rare and very local inland. Typical for grassland species in NL.

Theo
 
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Great, thank for the confirmation and the additional information.
Best wishes,
Johan van 't Bosch
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
 
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