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Scatopsidae: Aspistes berolinensis? -> No, Scatopse notata
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Posted on 05-04-2023 18:47
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I have 2 species of Scatopsidae, that I am not sure about how to identify.

Using https://www.online-keys.net/infusions/keys/keys_view.php?key_no=23#c4, is it correct that both have a "Scutum with an elevated U-shaped ridge"?

This would mean it is part of the Aspistinae subfamily, where Aspistes berolinensis is the only species of this subfamily in The Netherlands.

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First species: The Netherlands, today

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Edited by smol on 06-04-2023 09:09
 
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Second species: The Netherlands, 2023-03-11

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Both are [iScatopse notata[/i].
 
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Colobo wrote:
Both are [iScatopse notata[/i].


Amazing very interesting! I believe I got confused by the elevated scutellum instead of the scutum Smile
 
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