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Cylindromyia auriceps?
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 14-01-2022 21:19
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Here are two specimen I collected at the same place (nutrient-poor grassland in the very east of Niedersachsen, Germany, Landkreis L√ľneburg).
Using Tschorsning & Herting (2005), I end up with C. auriceps, though I'm unsure about some features.
The first one is from 20th August 2021.
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1. Hind tibia with pv-bristles
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2. crossed apical scutellar bristles present
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3. Abdomen with discal bristles
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4. head with antennae
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5. middle tibia
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The second one (21st August 2021) lokks a little different, but I come to the same conclusion.
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hind tibia
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apical scutellar bristles
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abdomen
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head
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middle tibia
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Zeegers
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Yes, Jan that is auriceps.
It is common in eastern Europe, but getting rare to the west. No confirmed records from either NL or B. So Luneburg is promising !


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Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Thank you, Theo!
So this is the 2nd and 3rd record for Niedersachsen Smile

Jann
 
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