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Posted on 19-11-2023 02:15
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Hello,
I have caught this Atylotus male in Hungary, and I can’t really distinguish fulvus and loewianus. Could you help me please? What is the best to determine males?
Eyes with really long yellow hairs.
I read a lot of features but none of them seems really reliable and clear for me.
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Hi,
I made a quick shot of the key characters in the great book by Theo and André (https://www.velds...villi.html). If there are really long hairs on the eyes, it should be A. loewianus.
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Excellent (except for the typo Sad )

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Thank you very much!
 
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