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Norelliosoma? -> Cordilura albipes
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Posted on 02-05-2022 06:12
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yellow pan trap, Vienna, late April

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Some Paralleloma
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Thanks Nikita,
I had missed your reply - for Austria there should only be two options:
P. medium or vittatum - and for both almost no data points are available
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Although I would find it astonishing to find such a genus (larvae deloping in Orchids, Polygonatum, Paris) in the inner city area
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One is in Convallaria, I think


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Why not Cordilura albipes?
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Why not Cordilura albipes? Jan, identification isn't mine but by Scathophagid expert Andrey Ozerov.
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It seems to me that if you look closely at the first picture, the arista is long haired, which, as far as I know isn't the case in Parelleloma. Colour of the scutum is rather variable in Codilura albipes.

Lorin may be able to tell more about the hairs on the arista.
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In the Nearctic key, Cordilura goes through option "Upper depressed portion of propleuron (disc of proepisternum) with at least a few fine hairs" and Parallelomma through the alternative "Upper depressed portion of propleuron bare".
 
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Andrey Ozerov re-examined images. He took back Parallelomma. Probably you are right with Cordilura albipes.
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Thank you all!
I must have the specimen somewhere, will have a closer look once I find it again
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