Thread subject: :: Tetanocera can be identified to species level?

Posted by clovis on 26-10-2022 13:22

If you read french, I suggest you use Vala 1989, really good book ;) And it cover your area.

For frons, better angle would be from front and a bit upward.
Frons doesn't look shiny to Me, I'd bet on T ferruginea.
You can exclude T hyallipennis anyway, costa is a bit darkned in this species.