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Phasia pusilla/barbifrons? --> P. pusilla
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 29-05-2023 20:14
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This small (ca. 4 mm) Phasia was photographed on 27th May 2023, on the dorder of an abandoned sandpit (L√ľneburg, Lower saxony, Germany).
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I think you can just see the tip of the oviposotor in the second pic, which would imply female pusilla.

Theo
 
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Thank you very much, Theo!
 
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