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Hybomitra -> H. borealis
MorganA
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Posted on 15-01-2022 12:43
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Maybe H. aterrima?

South Norway

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Tibiae are really black ?


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Yeah , they look very black, seems like mid one has some brownish dusting towards the base tho.
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They look black but I don't buy it: the specimen is much too grey for aterrima.
I think this is H. borealis, it should have indistinct greyish markings on tergites.


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The wings are a bit in the way, so not the best picture
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Thanks. It is definitely NOT aterrima and it is not kaurii either, so borealis should be OK. Nice find !

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