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Sepsidae and ...?
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 04-10-2005 00:12
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Hello!

Two other small species from yesterday here in Germany. The first one was about the size of Sepsis sp.. Is it Sepsis sp.?

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The second, a couple, was about the double size. I found them on a Fraxinus tree trunk. Perhaps Callopium (Lauxaniidae) again?

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Thanks for any hints!
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Your sepsid is indeed Sepsis. The marking in the wing does leave no other option here.
The second, I really could not tell with any certainty. My impression is that is not Calliopum but a cannot give and clear specifics why.
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Juergen Peters
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Hello, Paul!

Paul Beuk wrote:
Your sepsid is indeed Sepsis. The marking in the wing does leave no other option here.


Thanks!

The second, I really could not tell with any certainty. My impression is that is not Calliopum but a cannot give and clear specifics why.


But they are Lauxaniidae?
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Paul Beuk
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Juergen Peters wrote:
The second, I really could not tell with any certainty.
My impression is that is not Calliopum but I cannot
give any clear specifics why.

But they are Lauxaniidae?

Even of that I cannot be certain.
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