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Rhinophoridae ? ID
Luis Alvarez
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Posted on 29-12-2015 17:44
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Hello,
Photo taken in Pontevedra (NW Iberian Peninsula) on 03/10/2015 in a garden. It seems a Rhinophoridae. It could be a Paykullia?
Thanks
Luis Álvarez
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Zeegers
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Posted on 30-12-2015 11:13
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Yes. I think younhave only P. maculata.

Theo
 
Luis Alvarez
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Posted on 30-12-2015 13:16
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Many thanks, Theo.
The legs were reddish (in another exemplary nearby also). I could not find other similar in internet and I do not know Paykullia partenopea.
I have more pictures if you should need.
Best regards and happy new year.
Luis
Edited by Luis Alvarez on 30-12-2015 13:17
 
Zeegers
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Partenopea is much smaller and the leg colouration - alas - is variable in maculata.


Theo
 
Luis Alvarez
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Thanks again, Theo.
Regards,
Luis
 
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