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Re: chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor?

Thank you Alex. I take it that you mean the length of the sideregion of the head (cheek)?
by pietsje
02 Aug 2020 21:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor->C.illigeri
Replies: 2
Views: 369

Re: chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor?

Thew genal distance looks a bit too long for that species, I would suggest Chrysis illigeri female instead
by Alex
02 Aug 2020 11:00
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor->C.illigeri
Replies: 2
Views: 369

chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor->C.illigeri

This Chrysis spec. todyay, 01-08-2020 on a wooden post. Location: The Netherlands, southern part area: new housing estate, nature playground, lots of wooden posts and wooden playground equipment, abundance of wild flowers. Size: ...
by pietsje
01 Aug 2020 17:37
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: chrysis id The Netherlands C. bicolor->C.illigeri
Replies: 2
Views: 369

Re: my highlights of the season

... of Parnopes and Bembix (+ other species as Hedychridium, Hedychrum, Chrysis bicolor, etc, etc). Search coasts or old alluvial valleys, with alluvial deposits. (look the ...
by jeromec
31 Oct 2019 17:50
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: my highlights of the season
Replies: 6
Views: 6127

Re: my highlights of the season

Hi Paul, For the species that you're not found, I think it is Chrysis varidens ? This species is common in mediterranean area, I was very ... but more austriaca), Spintharina versicolor, Chrysidea, and many Chrysis (bicolor, germari, succincta, equestris, sexdentata, indigotea, chrysostigma, ...
by jeromec
28 Oct 2019 21:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: my highlights of the season
Replies: 6
Views: 6127

Re: North Apennines: genus or species identification possibl

Hi All,

yes, Jerome is right, it's the male of Chrysis bicolor, a quite common species in that area.
by Euchroeus
21 Jul 2019 21:41
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: North Apennines: genus or species identification possible?
Replies: 3
Views: 1068

Re: Chrysididae from Zaragoza, NE Spain

... cleptoparasits of Megachilidae (Osmiini) which nesting in snails shells : Chrysura cuprea, dichroa, trimaculata rufiventris -> Osmia rufohirta, bicolor, aurulenta, (spinulosa ? ). Some Eumeninae (Leptochilus duplicatus, Euodynerus spp) are nesting in shells too, but I don't know if Chrysidids ...
by jeromec
15 Jul 2019 19:31
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysididae from Zaragoza, NE Spain
Replies: 8
Views: 1751

Re: C. bicolor or illigeri?

Hi Paolo, Thanks a lot! I was thinking that the shown specimen could belong to C. bicolor, cause Linsenmaier wrote in his book "Die Goldwespen der Schweiz" Page 90, that males of C. illigeri don't show this middle-line on the last tergit. Anyway, I've added ...
by Paul
25 Jun 2019 09:25
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. bicolor or illigeri?
Replies: 4
Views: 1366

Re: C. bicolor or illigeri?

Hi Paul,

I would say that this is a male of Chrysis illigeri, because of the thoracic colour.
In C. bicolor, the red mesoscutum is usually not so contrasting see the pictures attached.
by Euchroeus
22 Jun 2019 08:27
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. bicolor or illigeri?
Replies: 4
Views: 1366

Re: C. bicolor or illigeri?

Hello, I think it is a Chrysis of succincta group (bicolor or illigeri) but for ID, we need a good view of head (of profil, for the malar space : big in illigeri, ...
by jeromec
20 Jun 2019 18:18
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. bicolor or illigeri?
Replies: 4
Views: 1366
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