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ID to sp. possible? Lauxaniidae, Calliopum?
Arp
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Posted on 18-10-2020 17:16
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Hi All,

just wondering if my tentative ID as "Calliopum sp." (by looking at pictures, as I don't own a key for these) is accurate and/or if maybe even a species name would be possible?

Netherlands, Drenthe, Ruinerwold, 2020-10-18
cf. observation at waarneming.nl

Many thanks in advance!
Cheers,
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Yes Calliopum
I cant be sure but looks a l bit like aeneum
 
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Thanks Mark, I take it the images are insufficient to really decide on C. aeneum or simillimum. I just now stumbled on this thread and if the images by Andreas are not sufficient mine certainly aren't either...

Is the jizz enough for cf. aeneum or should I stick with sp.?
 
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The genitalia need to be visible,

The jizz for aeneum is a subtle greenish sheen, but it is very subtle and not always there.
 
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Okay, thanks for clearing that up Mark!

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Arp
 
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