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Bolitophila ? --> B. saundersi
bertrandpami
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Posted on 03-11-2019 11:03
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Hi,
Good id or not ?
Better than genus possible ?
In the garden - Cuise La Motte (Northen France) - 6 mm - 29-10-2019.
Many thanks.
Michel
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Posted on 11-11-2019 11:56
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Nobody ?
 
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Genitalia are extremely helpful in getting to species ID in Bolitophila. Wink
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Many thanks, Paul.
If interesting for you, I can send it.
Michel
 
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That would be nice, thanks. Smile
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Bolitophila saundersi, apparently a quite common species but, indeed, genitalia are required for a proper ID. Thanks for sending the specimen.
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Posted on 25-11-2019 13:20
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Many thanks for id !
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