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Chrysidid in a forest of North (France) & Chrysis immaculata

... paper on a very nice chrysidids in a forest on the north of France : Chrysis immaculata :wohow: with a list of species on a survey in Malaise ... Hedychridium ardens, Trichrysis cyanea, Chrysis viridula, Chrysis fulgida, Chrysis immaculata, Chrysis schencki, Chrysis mediata, Chrysis cf. ...
by jeromec
17 Jul 2020 13:27
 
Forum: Literature | Bibliografia
Topic: Chrysidid in a forest of North (France) & Chrysis immaculata
Replies: 0
Views: 328

Chrysis for identification

I saw this one today in Belgium, it almost got caught by a spider, but got loose on its own.
Chrysis immaculata or fulgida?






not the best pictures, but they are so fast..
by TimS
23 Jun 2020 22:10
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis for identification
Replies: 2
Views: 535

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 ... chrysostigma, consanguinea prominea, subsinuata, semicincta, calimorpha, fulgida, splendidula, obtusidens, comta, pseudobrevitarsis, rutiliventris, ...
by jeromec
28 Oct 2019 21:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: my highlights of the season
Replies: 6
Views: 6485

Re: Chrysis schencki?

To bad is was one picture and gone, looking at it I Saw no fulgida this time. Size and shape was like fulgida. The other species in the garden is the unidentified ignita group which has full pink ass. So it would be another I thought and with not all species present in Holland , any Idea is welcome.
by Ruurd Jelle
05 Aug 2019 10:24
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis schencki?
Replies: 4
Views: 1359

Re: Chrysis schencki?

... in dry specimens. Some of the most famous cases are the holotypes of Chrysis terminata , Chrysis ignita lugubris and Chrysis longula aeneopaca ... Chrysis ignita group that show a peculiar colouration. Besides Chrysis fulgida and immaculata , you can easily identify Chrysis clarinicollis male ...
by Euchroeus
04 Aug 2019 21:53
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis schencki?
Replies: 4
Views: 1359

Re: Chrysis immaculata? Netherlands

Hi,

this should be the male of Chrysis immaculata, they are quite dimorphic, but not so much as Chrysis fulgida.
Do you have other views?

Ciao
by Euchroeus
23 Jun 2019 10:08
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis immaculata? Netherlands
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

Re: Chrysis immaculata? Netherlands

Thanks Paolo,

One more, this one looks a bit different to me. It misses a real golden line. Would it be immaculata anyway or could this be fulgida ?
by Ruurd Jelle
22 Jun 2019 22:38
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis immaculata? Netherlands
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

Re: Chrysididae sp. from Fuerteventura I

It is a Chrysis sp., with this colour I think of several possibilities : Chrysis fulgida, immaculata or C. exulsans.
by jeromec
09 Mar 2019 10:43
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis rubrocoerula - Fuerteventura
Replies: 2
Views: 1142

From the web ... to Science

... contributed with publications on Chrysididae and cited the web-site www.chrysis.net In the last years more than 60 authors published more than 45 ... J.D., Polidori C. & Boesi R. (2007) Host Association in Chrysis fulgida L. and Description of its Prepupa (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae). Journal ...
by Euchroeus
15 Jan 2018 22:43
 
Forum: Projects | Progetti
Topic: From the web ... to Science
Replies: 0
Views: 2926

Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Yes,

it's possible, why not?

There's also one place in Italy where you can collect both species, but only less than 10 specimens of C. immaculata have been found by 6 chrysidologists, compared to the high number of C. fulgida, C. fasciata, etc.

Ciao!
by Euchroeus
27 Jul 2017 11:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands
Replies: 17
Views: 5367
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