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Sternorrchyncha => Drepanosiphum aceris
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3.7.20 in Jyväskylä, Finland
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It looks rather like Drepanosiphum aceris, but I don't know which other species you may have in Finland!
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Thanks Tony
We have two Drepanosiphum-species: platanoidis and reuteri

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Here is a key to the Drepanosiphum species: https://www.resea...nosiphinae
Unfortunately, I'm not sure what it is D. reuteri... Maybe did you mean Drepanotrhrips reuteri? (not an Aphid).
Edited by Andrzej on 04-07-2020 14:41
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Thanks Andrzej for information.
I messed about. We have only one Drepanosiphum, platanoidis. Reuteri's genus is really Drepanotrhrips.TumbsUp

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Looking at that key (and others), it seems that aceris is the only species to have the dark apical blotch on the wing. D. platanoidis is a very different looking species.
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Yes, Tony is right. I also checked the keys and came to [i]D. aceris
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Thanks for both.
I change to aceris, new for Finland Smile

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ah ok ! I didn't knew oops !

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Ok... lower case naming for images.. understood,Lothar

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I uploadad a jpg, but it is not visible in the thread...Lothar

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