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Istochaeta cinerea, male
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Posted on 18-02-2020 07:40
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Thank you for your help!
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Istochaeta or Baumhaueria. Not closely related, but surprising similar on picture. Date strongly suggests Baumhaueria.

Very rare species in central Europe !

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Thank you Theo, I will examine the genital in the next few days.

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helge wrote:
Thank you Theo, I will examine the genital in the next few days.

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Thanks. What rally would help, is a picture of the thorax dorsolateral, and then please the right side, since the left side is destroyed by the pin.

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thank you Theo, here some more pics..

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Thank, you, excellent work and surprise: it is Istochaeta after all.
Now we need to work on the species.

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Thank you for your efforts Theo!!

I will make some new photos of the necessary details.
 
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So, it is the male of Istochaeta cinerea.
On the wing from end of April till begin of June, hence my initial doubts.

It is a very rare species in central Europe, so excellent find !

All Istochaeta are parasitoids of Melolonthinae, Rhizotrogus, Amphimallon and so on.


Theo

 
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Zeegers wrote:
All Istochaeta are parasitoids of Melolonthinae, Rhizotrogus, Amphimallon and so on.


Outside of Europe, some other scarab beetles are parasitized. In America we have I. aldrichi imported from Japan to attack the "Japanese Beetle" Popillia japonica.
 
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Sorry for my European bias.

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Thank you one´s again Theo, happy end!! TumbsUp

And thank you both for the interesting info.

Helge
 
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