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Re: Elampus en Essonne France

... metanotal lamella is large and similar in both species. Even larger in Elampus foveatus , as in your case. Therefore without examination of the ... if not for scientific purpose, you can name your specimen as Elampus panzeri on the web. Cheers! Paolo
by Euchroeus
20 Jul 2018 12:07
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus en Essonne France
Replies: 6
Views: 1744

Re: Elampus en Essonne France

... your beautiful pictures! At first sight your specimens looks like an Elampus panzeri (Fabricius), however I cannot see some diagnostic features, for example the shape of ...
by Euchroeus
16 Jul 2018 17:55
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus en Essonne France
Replies: 6
Views: 1744

Elampus en Essonne France

Bonjour J'ai observé cette Elampus le 7 juillet 2018 au soir dans mon jardin à Sainte Geneviève des bois en Essonne ... un expert usager de Flickr el.gritche, m'a identifié cette Elampus et suggère une panzeri et m'à recommandé de poster ici pour avis J'estime la taille entre 4 et 6 mm ...
by Berzou
09 Jul 2018 11:28
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus en Essonne France
Replies: 6
Views: 1744

Re: Chrysid 2

This is another Elampus sp., probably constrictus/panzeri as Paolo wrote before, this headshape and the metanotum does not occur in Pseudomalus, at least not in Europe.
/A
by Alex
20 Aug 2014 01:29
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus spec. (E. constrictus or E. panzeri)
Replies: 2
Views: 2052

Re: Chrysid 1

Hi Hedy,

nice pictures taken on your finger!

Do you have other views?

Based on the thoracic punctuation I would say Elampus constrictus or panzeri, but the examination of the last tergite is needed to confirm one or the second species.

Ciao
Paolo
by Euchroeus
08 Jul 2014 08:05
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus spec. (E. constrictus or E. panzeri)
Replies: 4
Views: 2110

Elampus spec. (E. constrictus or E. panzeri)

Long time ago and only yesterday I found a few Chrysids.
I assume that they are the same species, but I will post all 4 of them,
maybe there are some pictures better.
I found them in Zeist, Holland.
by hedy2411
03 Jul 2014 13:06
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Elampus spec. (E. constrictus or E. panzeri)
Replies: 4
Views: 2110

The origin of the chrysidid names

... [GR, adj.] = obscure, unknown] + ( pyga [LAT, nn.] = buttock) [f.] Elampus (from lampein (GR, v.) = to shine, glitter, sparkle) [m.] Exallopyga ... olgae (dedicated to Olga) foveatus (from fovea [LAT, nn.] = pit) panzeri (dedicated to Georg Wolfgang Franz) scutellaris (from scutulum [LAT, ...
by Euchroeus
27 Mar 2014 17:24
 
Forum: Miscellanea
Topic: The origin of the chrysidid names
Replies: 0
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Re: Chrysidid morphology

... me is the mesopleural sculpture Linsenmaier refers to when keying Elampus sp. in his publications. I dont know if this is a good or a bad character (seeing as he confused E. panzeri and C. constrictus), but the fact that I cant even find it is a bit troubling... ...
by Alex
14 Feb 2013 23:27
 
Forum: Miscellanea
Topic: Chrysidid morphology
Replies: 1
Views: 5273

Chrysura refulgens (Spinola) Northern Italy!

Today, Alpi Marittimi, Northern Italy. I think maybe Elampus because of the pointed last end of the backplate (but only because I saw Elampus panzeri once in the Netherlands.... :? ). About 10mm (estimate)
by pietsje
14 Jul 2012 21:36
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura refulgens (Spinola) Northern Italy!
Replies: 2
Views: 1336
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