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Suillia? North France
clovis
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Posted on 21-12-2018 11:03
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Hi,

Here is a specimen I believe to be a Suillia, but I am not able to have any hypothesis about the specie...
Maybe I am entirely wrong about the genus?

Mesopleure is bare, arista is hairy, scutellum has no hair except really few black hair on side.
In a oak forest
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos220/big/IMG_0438.jpg
clovis : France : Saint-Amand-les-Eaux : 59230 : 16/10/2014
Altitude : 34 m - Taille : 8mm
Réf. : 220649
 
clovis
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Posted on 21-12-2018 11:04
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Location: North France, lille
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Using the Withers'key, it would be S miki or dumicola, but I do not see any ventral hook on the fore basitarsus...
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos220/big/IMG_0446.jpg
clovis : France : Saint-Amand-les-Eaux : 59230 : 16/10/2014
Altitude : 34 m - Taille : 8mm
Réf. : 220651
Edited by clovis on 21-12-2018 11:05
 
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