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Phasia aurigera? (2 pics)
Rupert Huber
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Posted on 10-09-2020 16:33
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Hi to all!

Just for confirmation: Am I right here with a male Phasia aurigera, or are there any species to confuse with?

Data: 10.9.2020, Germany, Upper Bavaria, north of Traunstein (coordinates 47.89424, 12.62577), about 600m a.s.l., on Solidago.
Size about 8-10mm
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eklans
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Posted on 10-09-2020 18:49
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Hi Rupert, you are right: a male P. aurigera.

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