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Vibrissina debilitata?
Rui Andrade
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Posted on 21-05-2019 15:54
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I think this one is Vibrissina debilitata. Is it possible to confirm?

location: Barcelos (Portugal)
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Is it male ? (Check the genitalia !)


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Thank you Theo. It is a male with 2 proclinate orbital bristles, so I think it is safe to call it V. debilitata. Smile
 
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Yes, if it has male genitalia,, I totally agree.


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Please submit at least the last two pics for the gallery
 
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Well, I think it has (not very obvious!). But if it was a female a distinct piercing structure should be visible. I attached a picture just to be sure. With your confirmation I'll submit the photos to the gallery.
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