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Beris sp. => Beris cf. chalybata
Gansucha
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Posted on 19-06-2022 18:26
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Ukraine, Rivne region, on May 28.
Is it true that I assume that in the photo Beris sp. ?
ukrbin.com//files/23/Beris_sp..jpg
Edited by Gansucha on 22-06-2022 22:01
 
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Hi Victor, I think Beris is correct and it's possibly a female B. vallata: yellow abdomen and wings, dark stigma.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thank you, Eric !
I am a little bothered by greenish breasts and rather yellow legs.
Could it be Beris morrisii female ?
 
Zeegers
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The antenna is too short for vallata.
I think the abdomen looks orange, but actually isn't.
In any case, it is not morrisii, since the vertex is broad.

So I am leaning towards B. chalybata.


Theo
 
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This is probably the best option. Thank you Theo !
 
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