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Hubneria affinis?
Rui Andrade
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I identified this specimen as Hubneria affinis, but I'm not sure. Hubneria should have setae on posterodorsal margin of hind coxa, but I don't know if I'm seeing the right bristles. In one of the photos below I indicated with red arrows what I think are those hairs.

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Hi Rui,

Your arrows point to the trochanter, not the coxa, which are higher ( and bare). Huebneria has the scutellum very red. This is something else.

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So what about the apical scutellar bristles ?

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Hi Theo, the apical scutellar bristles are more or less horizontal (so it can't be Hubneria! Shock ) and crossed. I'm now thinking it could be Nilea hortulana. I attached some more photos.
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Nilea hortulana is a very good suggestion.

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Thank you Theo. Do you need to see some particular feature to confirm the species, or can I label the specimen as N. hortulana?
 
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