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Eliozeta or Clytiomya? --> Clytiomya continua m
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 03-04-2022 16:16
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Found on a wayside near the river Elbe; Lüneburg, Niedersachsen (Germany); 10.06.2021
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Again, very nice, a male of Clytiomyia continua .

You don’t see that often in central Europe

Theo
 
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Thank you very much again!
Both species (Clytiomya continua and Dufouria nigrita seem to be new for Niedersachsen. At the same site, and that the same time, there were also:
Ectophasia crassipennis
Eliozeta pellucens
Elomya lateralis

Gonia vacua and
Phasia obesa.
I think I go there again this year...Smile

Jann
 
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I would !

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