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Carcelia puberula male ? (Bel)
Christine Devillers
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Hello,

I found this one in a deciduous woodland on 21-5-2016 (Belgium, Jalhay)
If it is a male of Carcelia :
Basicosta yellow and middle tibia with 1 ad --> bombylans, rasa or puberula
Width of frons and size of the hairs on tergite 3 and 4 ---> puberula

Is it correct ?

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Yes, that seems OK !

The humeri are partly yellow, which is annoying (feature of bombylans), but quite some puberula have this as well.


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Thanks a lot Theo.

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