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Callicera macquarti --> Callicera aurata

Checking again all the pictures I’d taken, I saw that the size of the antennal segments do not mat...

Posted by Christine Devillers on 28 July 2023 16:03:12
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Bitte um Bestimmungshilfe

Hallo Gerold,

it's a female Callicera sp., the metallic shiny abdomen may lead to C. aenea.
...

Posted by eklans on 11 November 2019 13:17:02
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Callicera aenea, aurata or Callicera spinolae -> Callicera spinolae

Hello, Ectemnius
thanks a lot for confirming the identification!
:D
Kind regards
Birgit...

Posted by bubu on 26 September 2019 16:19:14
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Callicera aenea, aurata or Callicera spinolae -> Callicera spinolae

Hello all,
First two antennal segments are of equal length and thergite 3 has a dark band. -> ma...

Posted by Ectemnius on 25 September 2019 23:18:00
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Callicera aenea, aurata or Callicera spinolae -> Callicera spinolae

Hello,
I have compared this male of Callicera with the pictures in the gallery of diptera.info and ...

Posted by bubu on 25 September 2019 22:56:37
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Callicera aenea, aurata or Callicera spinolae -> Callicera spinolae

Looks like Callicera spinolae ...

Posted by ecology on 25 September 2019 10:50:35
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Some flies preserved in ethanol and then pinned often get the eyes sunken, how can this be avoided? Best answer: I usually keep alcohol-collected material in alcohol

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