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Usia versicolor female?
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Monte di Procida , Napoli - Italy, March 23rd
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Is it impossible to identify the species? Usia sp.?
 
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I think most of us would not hazard a guess beyond Usia but thre may be a few around who are more knowledgable.
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I don't have real experience with this species but your specimen fits the theory Wink Try to find the males, which are very distinctive, with olive dust on thorax and abdomen and a patch of golden-red dust on the later.
 
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Thanks to both of you. It's the first time I've met Usia, I hope to find the male too
 
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