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Andrenosoma cyrtoxys from Montelimar (France)
Markus Gebel
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Posted on 16-05-2018 10:05
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Last week I found a Andrenosoma cyrtoxys near Montelimar (France - Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes) in an open Pine-Forest. The hight of this location was only 150-160 m over sealevel.
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Habitus of A. cyrtoxys (and Dystolmus kiesenwetteri)
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It may be Andrenosoma albibarbe.
 
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@Christoophe

Only 3 tergites with conspicuously reduced red and the long size of 18,5 mm speeks in my eyes not for A.albibarbe. ;-) Thanx!

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Did you collect the specimen?
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Reinoud
 
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