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Metopia? - female Metopia grandii.
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Posted on 01-05-2021 23:42
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Found it indoors in a room where outdoor plants are stored. 6,6 mm. Telemark, Norway 01.05.

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Are marginal bristles on syntergite 1&2 present or absent ?
Is it male or female ?

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Thanks! It seems that the bristles are absent - and I think it is a female (?)
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Yes, I agree twice, hence female M. grandii. Nice

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Thanks a lot! TumbsUp

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