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#1 | von Tschirnhaus on 11 November 2022 16:09:57
Chloropidae, Oscinellinae: Oscinimorpha novakii (Strobl, 1893), since Enderlein in Brohmer (1936) partly wrongly treated in the literature as Oscinomorpha and often as novaki. A relatively large oscinellid recogniable by the orange or ochre tergites and the long proboscis. Predominantly and not rare in southern and SE Europe, North Africa, the Canary Islands and the Near East, rare north of the Alps. Flower visitor. Larval substrate unknown.
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