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Phorocera 2 NL > P. obscura
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Another P. assimilis (female)? Near Apeldoorn on 07/04/2019.

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The colouration of scutellum is unreliable. Excavation is incomplete, so this should be obscura. Genitalia are different, aslo in females.

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Exacavation incomplete? I'm afraid I don't know what that means...

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The excavation on syntergite 1&2 (the first visible tergite) does not reach the hind margin of the syntergite. It does in assimilis and grandis.

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Have just discovered what the excavation is - I see what you mean. Thanks again, Theo.

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