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Hi!

I agree with Alex about the identifications,
Chrysis iris, Chrysis fulgida and I would add that the last specimen should be Chrysura radians (Harris, 1776).
The deep and enlarged fovea on the metanotum is quite typical.

Cheers
Paolo
by Euchroeus
13 Aug 2013 20:02
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. iris, C. fulgida, Chrysura radians - Sweden
Replies: 4
Views: 2094

Re: Chrysis fulgida ?

Good evening Alex, thank you for your confirmation. I was referring to the first tergite as in specimens I have captured so far, the golden spot on the side of the first tergite was always more or less visible (see photo). I was also puzzled by the colour of the second tergite (although the metallic...
by Sezima
24 Jul 2013 21:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis fulgida Linnaeus, 1761 - CZ
Replies: 2
Views: 1508

Re: Chrysis fulgida ?

You are correct, C. fulgida female for sure :) :ok: What is the the golden spot on the first segment is almost ... that the only similar species that is likely to co-occur in the Czech republic is Chrysis immaculata, but that species have a gold/red edge posteriorly on tergite 1. See ...
by Alex
22 Jul 2013 16:33
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis fulgida Linnaeus, 1761 - CZ
Replies: 2
Views: 1508

Chrysis fulgida Linnaeus, 1761 - CZ

Good evening everybody,

could this be a female of Chrysis fulgida ? I am a bit confused as the golden spot on the first segment is almost non-existent. Captured on 23 June 2013, Southern Bohemia, Czech republic.

Thank you.

David
by Sezima
21 Jul 2013 22:03
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis fulgida Linnaeus, 1761 - CZ
Replies: 2
Views: 1508

Re: 3 different (?) Chrysis sp. for ID

... tip in the middle. The shadow on the tree trunk also shows what appears to be four teeth, but that could of course be the angle. Also C. fulgida and Chrysura sp should be larger than Trichrysis cyanea, even though T. cyanea varies a lot in size... you said it was larger than both of them? ...
by Alex
04 Jul 2013 00:48
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. iris, C. fulgida, Chrysura radians - Sweden
Replies: 4
Views: 2094

Re: 3 different (?) Chrysis sp. for ID

Wow! The top one is Chrysis iris! Its really rare here in Sweden, where did you find it, I would very much ... currently in the eastern part of Scania at the moment ;) nr 2 is a female of Chrysis fulgida, a common species. nr 3 is hard to tell, looks to me like a Chrysura sp., was ...
by Alex
02 Jul 2013 21:29
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. iris, C. fulgida, Chrysura radians - Sweden
Replies: 4
Views: 2094

C. iris, C. fulgida, Chrysura radians - Sweden

Hi, I would love some help to identify those Chrysis. All 3 were photographed on the same dead pine tree. They were visiting holes in the old stump. Location: East coast of southern Sweden. The all green/blue sp. was the biggest. Approx a little ...
by pern71
02 Jul 2013 17:12
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: C. iris, C. fulgida, Chrysura radians - Sweden
Replies: 4
Views: 2094

Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Poland

Hi!
Here is a link to the polish entomo forum where i'm put more photos with this species and Ch. fulgida. Maybe it can help for somebody. Here is the paperwork. Paolo, :thanks: again.
by Brachytron
08 Jun 2013 13:51
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Poland
Replies: 4
Views: 3521

Re: Chrysis fulgida

I know the determination without specimen isn´t possible, as a photographer and entomologist ( I study Staphylinidae and myrmecophilous beetles) i know this problem. Concerning H. austrialis you are right, I have just checked Pavel´s paper from 2007. You know, I have collected Ch. cf. lanceolata on ...
by Beetle
19 Jul 2012 19:31
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis fulgida
Replies: 6
Views: 2332

Re: Chrysis fulgida

Hi Pavel, I cannot ID your specimen, without its examination. It could be a male of H. austrialis Linsenmaier, 1959 (this is the correct name, as correctly written in Tyrner's paper (2007)), H. ignicollis Dahlbom (sensu Linsenmaier), or H. jurinei Chevrier (sensu Linsenmaier). About lanceolata . You...
by Euchroeus
19 Jul 2012 17:12
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis fulgida
Replies: 6
Views: 2332
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