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Dioxyna bidentis with white apical scutellar bristles?
Rui Andrade
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Hi,

I think this is Dioxyna bidentis, but the apical scutellar bristles are white, not black. Is this possible in D. bidentis?

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It certainly is Dioxyna bidentis. I have never seen it with white apical scutellar bristles.

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Thank you Ben! Interesting, it must be unusual.
 
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