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Helina cf. evecta

I think it's a new species for me. Can you help me?

In Barcelona today.

Thanks....

Posted by rockomic on 05 December 2017 00:15:50
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

Thanks Stephane, that is some information.
Lars...

Posted by Mtfyfe on 02 December 2017 21:41:03
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

In Polietes the dm-Cu crossvein is very slanted, almost parallel to the posterior wing margin. Also,...

Posted by Stephane Lebrun on 01 December 2017 12:59:38
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

No further comments/explanations for this issue, from anyone?...

Posted by Mtfyfe on 01 December 2017 12:01:53
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

Thanks Niels-Jan,
female is obvious. Any explanation for the Polietes versus Helina. Just to learn ...

Posted by Mtfyfe on 29 November 2017 20:45:10
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

It is a female Polietes...

Posted by nielsyese on 29 November 2017 16:34:45
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Is this Helina evecta? => Polietes

Species found 30.10.17 in Freiburg (Elbe), Germany.
Found on sunny stairs, close to some sheep on a...

Posted by Mtfyfe on 29 November 2017 16:26:22
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Muscidae ? - Male Helina evecta

Thank you very much! I am impressed....

Rosevinge...

Posted by Rosevinge15 on 12 October 2017 22:36:40
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Muscidae ? - Male Helina evecta

Male Helina evecta...

Posted by Stephane Lebrun on 11 October 2017 22:55:38
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Muscidae ? - Male Helina evecta

4...

Posted by Rosevinge15 on 11 October 2017 21:52:02
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