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Symphyta, Argidae (NEW photo)
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Posted on 23-05-2020 22:10
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Found on a meadow in Wienerwald (Vienna) in May.
Genus or species ID possible?

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Edited by Carnifex on 24-05-2020 23:10
Cheers, Lorin

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Jan Maca
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Posted on 24-05-2020 06:03
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To me it looks like Aphrostema femala. Check the wing venation - it is not clearly visible in the pictures.
 
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Thanks Jan, your suggestion seem good. See this photo:

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I did some search, but I almost found nothing about that genus, also not how many species could be found in my area
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Jan Maca
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Hm, wing venation (pterostigmal cell) does not seem to support Aphrostema...
Hopefully, hymenopterists would provide the determination.
 
Juergen Peters
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Hi,

looks like a female Arge rustica to me (see confirmed specimen below), but I am no expert.
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