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Therevidae, possibly Pandivirilia (melaleuca?)
Stella M
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Posted on 05-07-2020 11:25
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Hi,
found on 04-July-2020 in a nature reserve, Germany, Rhineland Palatinate, near Bad Kreuznach
Can it be further identified?
Many thanks and regards,
Stella
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3rd picture (better view on Abdomen than first pic)
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It is Therevidae, possibly Pandivirilia (melaleuca?).

Greetings,
Henrik
 
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Argh !!!! Then it's the wrong Forum, SORRY!
Thank you very much Henrik for your help!
Best regards,
Stella
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No Pandivirilia, as the femora have a yellow apex. This is Cliorismia, and with the key https://home.hccn...#Cliorisma we have to decide whether the black markings of tergites 2 and 3 reach the front corner of the tergite or not. I'd say they do not reach it, so C. ardea.
Regards, Sundew
 
Stella M
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Thank you very much for your help!!!
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