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Micropezidae ID -> Rainieria latifrons
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Posted on 19-06-2019 00:04
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Hi,
I am pretty sure this is a Rainieria, but a species ID would be nice :-) Found in Wienerwald (Lower Austria)

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Edited by Carnifex on 20-06-2019 00:03
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Femora appear to be pale at base and that would make it Rainieria latifrons
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Posted on 19-06-2019 09:28
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The femora have definitely a pale base. That would make it a new species for Austria! Smile
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Darwyn Sumner
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Good find Lorin.
I'm unable to find published lists from Austria so there are good opportunities to add to the Micropezidae list here http://micropezid...o/node/321
Edited by Darwyn Sumner on 19-06-2019 11:25
 
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Posted on 20-06-2019 00:02
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Nice page, I have the following species for Austria in my list:

Calobata petronella (Linnaeus, 1761)
Compsobata (Trilophyrobata) nigricornis (Zetterstedt, 1838)
Cnodacophora sellata (Meigen, 1826)
Cnodacophora stylifera (Loew, 1870)
Neria cibaria (Linnaeus, 1761)
Neria ephippium (Fabricius, 1794)
Neria femoralis (Meigen, 1826)
Micropeza brevipennis von Roser, 1840
Micropeza corrigiolata (Linnaeus, 1767)
Micropeza lateralis Meigen, 1826
Rainieria calceata (Fallen, 1820)
Cheers, Lorin

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