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Posted on 26-11-2021 10:44
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Is this the male counterpart of the female G. nudifrons here: https://diptera.i...ost_430942? Same time, same place.

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Posted on 26-11-2021 18:58
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No. Looks like either dolycoridis or clavatum.

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Posted on 26-11-2021 20:44
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Could you guide me a bit here? I used Tschorsnig and excluded *G. clavatum* due to the lack of three dusted spots in front of the scutellum. I can, however, follow up in the next step, where a dusted line extends over the thorax towards the scutellum tip.
Here is an additional photo showing this nicely, so would it be a good call to name it *G. dolycoridis*?

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