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Re: Chrysis gribodoi or close? N Italy

Dear Brian,

I would say female of Chrysis frivaldszkyi.

Basically you cannot separate this female from the female of Chrysis succincta.
However, males are very different and in this area only Chrysis frivaldszkyi is known and common.

You can proceed with the next question ;)
Ciao!
by Euchroeus
31 Aug 2020 22:28
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis gribodoi or close? N Italy
Replies: 2
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Chrysis gribodoi or close? N Italy

Val d’Arda (PC), N Italy. 28.viii.2020. I think this is a Chrysis but I would much appreciate advice on species identification. It looked ... so it cannot be illigeri. I wonder if it is Chrysis gribodoi, or succincta, or is ‘succincta group’ as far as we can go? Found in a small area ...
by briang
31 Aug 2020 10:34
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis gribodoi or close? N Italy
Replies: 2
Views: 189

Re: Chrysis gribodoi ?

... Flickr page and it's really great. In my opinion this male should be Chrysis tristicula Linsenmaier (= Chrysis succincta succinctula sensu Linsenmaier 1959). Chrysis gribodoi has a different shape of the ...
by Euchroeus
30 Aug 2020 21:55
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis tristicula = Chrysis succincta succinctula
Replies: 1
Views: 286

Re: collected specimen n°1 from Brussel: Chrysis germari

of course - the scutellum is red, not blue as in succincta and tristicula, my bad!
by Alex
26 Jul 2020 15:55
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: collected specimen n°1 from Brussel: Chrysis germari
Replies: 4
Views: 420

Re: collected specimen n°1 from Brussel

Chrysis c.f. succincta, perhaps C. tristicula these are very hard to ID to species
by Alex
24 Jul 2020 22:33
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: collected specimen n°1 from Brussel: Chrysis germari
Replies: 4
Views: 420

Chrysis tristicula = Chrysis succincta succinctula

Hello, I think one this is C. gribodoi (and not C. succincta), regarding the punctation and the last tergite. Any opinion ? Thanks.

(Clermont Ferrand, France)









by Frank_Canon
14 Jul 2020 02:55
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis tristicula = Chrysis succincta succinctula
Replies: 1
Views: 286

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 ... Spintharina versicolor, Chrysidea, and many Chrysis (bicolor, germari, succincta, equestris, sexdentata, indigotea, chrysostigma, consanguinea prominea, ...
by jeromec
28 Oct 2019 21:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: my highlights of the season
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Re: Bulgarian Chrysidid id help

... : 1 (=Pseudospinolia) Chrysura : 7 (but only 2 viewed in natura) Chrysis : 21 sexdentata-smaragdula group : 1 inaequalis group : 1 gracillima group : 1 (not found in natura for the moment) succincta group : 2 comparata group : 3 (1 not found in natura) graelsi group : ...
by jeromec
25 Jul 2019 10:12
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Bulgarian Chrysidid id help
Replies: 9
Views: 1963

Re: N. Apennines: identification possible?

It is a Chrysis succincta-leachi group, as germari.
But for me it is Chrysis leachi (small blue band on the pronotum & T I, blue head).

But I prefer if P. Rosa confirm this ID ^^
by jeromec
20 Jul 2019 21:52
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: N. Apennines: identification possible?
Replies: 5
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Re: North Apennines: genus or species identification possibl

Jerome, thank you for a useful answer! And very quick also. I will check out the succincta group but I'm content with "Chrysis sp.". Merci.
PS. I think the plant they were so interested in must be some kind of Euphorbia.
by briang
19 Jul 2019 17:20
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: North Apennines: genus or species identification possible?
Replies: 3
Views: 1068
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