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Lasiosina sp, Chloropidae, Oct 2, 2021, Harkakötöny, Hungary.
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Small to mid-sized Chloropid attracted to light, cc. 2.5 mm.
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Teglagyar u. 30.
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Chloropidae, Chloropinae: Lasiosina Becker, 1910 spec. The species are very difficult to distinguish. Males and females of some species have colour dimorphistic antennae. Larvae as far as clarified are phytosaprophagous or secondary invadors of plants being attacked by other insects, e.g. Oscinella frit, moths larvae.
 
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Thx!
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I tried to key this out using Fauna Hungariae, the key writtien by Agnes Delyne Draskovits, but I failed to get any convincing results.
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