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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 12-10-2007 21:28
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Hello!

Is it possible to tell whether this is Empicoris culiciformis or vagabundus (the third German species, E. baerensprungi, is not listed for our region)? Found on October-3 at our house wall (Ostwestfalen/Germany). Length about 5 mm. I had it already in my forum, but got no reply. The posting (in German) with several more pics can be found here:

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Posted on 12-10-2007 21:47
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The UK key (by Peter Kirby) splits off vagabundus simply on length: vagabundus is 6-7.1mm, culiciformis and baerensprungi are 4.1-5.5mm. E. baerensprungi has a tubercle on the mid-line of the rear margin of the pronotum, culiciformis doesn't have this (best seen in side view).

What a lovely insect Grin

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Posted on 13-10-2007 16:52
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Hello, Martin!

haematocephalus wrote:
The UK key (by Peter Kirby) splits off vagabundus simply on length: vagabundus is 6-7.1mm, culiciformis and baerensprungi are 4.1-5.5mm. E. baerensprungi has a tubercle on the mid-line of the rear margin of the pronotum, culiciformis doesn't have this (best seen in side view).


Many thanks! Then it must be E. culiciformis, it was really rather small.
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