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Catharosia pygmaea ♀
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Posted on 09-08-2023 11:41
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Ansbach, garden near Frankenhoehe Nature Park, old deciduous forest, 2023-08-08
on Euonymus japonicus
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Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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yes. some have very red legs, very confusing.

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Zeegers wrote:
yes. some have very red legs, very confusing.

Theo


That's true - and it took me some time to be sure...

And both sexes display their wings in an Ulidiidae-style running across the flowers like small wild Otites:
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If you have pictured wings, use them !

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