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#1 2018-12-05 19:25:15

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Name: Nigel Gilligan
From: Cumbria
Registered: 2011-08-26
Posts: 1027

Phaonia errans or not?

I think this is a female Phaonia errans.  I know I can't see the Phaonia bristle, but is has the right general appearance ...!

It has no presutural acrostichals; mouthedge not protruding; 4 post-sutural dc; scutellum with yellow apex; no posterior bristle on front tibia; antennae black.  But the front femur is not darked much at all, at least the mainly visible part. Which leaves me bothered that this is wrong.

Any comments?
Nigel G.

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