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Tenthredo spec
Elizabeth Anisclo 2
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Posted on 05-03-2019 20:29
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Is this perhaps Tenthredo notha?
Very near to refugio Angela oris at Posets massive in Spanish Pyrenees.
GPS 42.627, 0.457
was with a number of animals active at Gentiana lutea
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Welcome to the forum! For questions concerning non-dipteran insects use the subforum "Other insects, spiders etc.", please. Hymenoptera experts will not see your thread here.
I am not sure if these sawflies are Tenthredo notha, because the scapus is black. T. arcuata might be another option, but I would like to know an expert's opinion.
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I did not know this species was a Hymenoptera; I am just beginning with learning about the insects.
How can I change this post to the other forum?
 
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Look at the mandibulate mouthparts in the upper picture - they are made for chewing! You will not find them in flies. And flies have two wings, wasps have four. Don't worry, you will soon be able to tell them apart.
I think only the administrator can move the threads, but you could post the same again. The number of threads in this subforum is limited. If you read that no new threads are allowed at the moment, try another day.
 
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