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Campichoetidae -> Campichoeta cf. punctum
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Posted on 02-11-2020 23:34
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Early November, Vienna - which Campichoeta species is it? Didn't find a key for this genus.

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Campichoeta punctum or grandiloba. Because of the rather distinct lines on the mesonotum the former is most likley.
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Thanks Paul! Could you hint me to more features for discrimination (or a link), I might have a closer look at the specimen
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Mainly male genitalia. Either McAlpine's original description of Chandler's revision. Females are tricky...
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Paul Beuk wrote:
Mainly male genitalia. Females are tricky...
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No records of C. grandiloba in Austria however
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As far as I know it has a more Southern distribution, possible somewhat more in the East than in the West.
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