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Im not quite sure about this one, Drino? D. Inconspicea?

South Norway 17th July 2022
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I see strong ocellars. I’d say ….. Nilea.

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Thank you, yes ofc so not Drino, but it seem to have upright apical scutellars, and it has very sparse hair on eyes.

I have a feeling that the two are the same species, and I also have a feeling that this might be Erycia cf. fasciata again, same locality as the ones I mentioned before in an earlier post.
However, the one from the other post last evening has rather obvious hairs on the eyes, so I am confused. Could Erycia fasciata be a bit variable in the density of hair on eyes?
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Yes, you are right, of course nit Nilea, eye is bare !!
Erycia fasciata is an option. I have very little material of this species….

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Thank you! Yes probably is Erycia I guess, only thing that somehow fits I suppose Grin
 
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