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Re: A identificare

... these belong to the C. radians group, the total Iberian list is this: Chrysura austriaca Chrysura cuprea Chrysura dichroa Chrysura hybrida Chrysura ... Chrysura rufiventris Chrysura simplex Chrysura sulcata Chrysura varicornis If we can discard C. refulgens, C. rufiventris, C. simplex, C.surcata ...
by AngelMM
12 Jun 2020 20:40
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura cf. radians
Replies: 4
Views: 3384

Re: A identificare

Hi chrysidid-fans :wohow: , I think it is a Chrysura of radians species group : propodeum is gibbous with a basal depression ... and it has no depression on the basis of the propodeum. I don't know Chrysura varicornis & sulcata (but I remember they have an angulate propodeum, no ?). ...
by jeromec
26 May 2020 22:07
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura cf. radians
Replies: 4
Views: 3384

Re: green/ruby Chrysid near Jaca, Spanish Pyrenees

I think it is Chrysura sp, maybe refulgens male (postscutellum angular), but do you have an estimation of the size, refulgens is a big species (10-13 mm) and I never viewed some species (sulcata, varicornis, male trimaculata but I think it is too late for trimaculata).
by jeromec
07 Jul 2019 10:02
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: green/ruby Chrysid near Jaca, Spanish Pyrenees
Replies: 5
Views: 2623

Re: Green-ruby chrysid from Pyrenees

Hi Cor,

this one should be the female of Chrysura varicornis (Spinola),
do you have a pictures of the face in frontal view to see the length of antennal segments?
by Euchroeus
01 Jul 2019 07:10
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Green-ruby chrysid from Pyrenees
Replies: 3
Views: 1697

Re: Chrysididae sp. from Fuerteventura II

For me here, the postscutellum is angulate : Chrysura sp (radians group).

With this postscutellum, I think of several possibilities : varicornis, sulcata, refulgens, trimaculata (& rufiventris?).

Jérôme
by jeromec
09 Mar 2019 10:44
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysis hohmanni ? Fuerteventura
Replies: 4
Views: 3049

Re: Chrysura species group

Hola Rafael! Hi From Chrysura genus page (https://www.chrysis.net/database/genus/Chrysura_it.php) it is said ... 1854) Chrysura simplex (Dahlbom, 1854) Chrysura sulcata Dahlbom, 1845 Chrysura varicornis (Spinola, 1838) ? Rafael Chrysura austriaca (Fabricius, 1804) = Chrysura austriaca ...
by Euchroeus
16 Jul 2018 17:23
 
Forum: Systematics | Sistematica
Topic: Chrysura species group
Replies: 1
Views: 4795

Chrysura species group

Hi From Chrysura genus page (https://www.chrysis.net/database/genus/Chrysura_it.php) it is said Chrysura ... 1854) Chrysura simplex (Dahlbom, 1854) Chrysura sulcata Dahlbom, 1845 Chrysura varicornis (Spinola, 1838) ? Rafael
by rafael_carbonell
14 Jul 2018 12:19
 
Forum: Systematics | Sistematica
Topic: Chrysura species group
Replies: 1
Views: 4795

Re: From Portugal - Chrysura trimaculata

Hi Alex,

I'm quite sure that it's a female of Chrysura varicornis, which is very common everywhere in the Iberian peninsula.
It also has a similar punctuation of the abdomen.

Cheers
Paolo
by Euchroeus
16 Aug 2017 09:07
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura varicornis - Portugal
Replies: 3
Views: 1811

Chrysura varicornis - Portugal

location: Portugal
date: may 2010
by Valter
12 Aug 2017 15:22
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura varicornis - Portugal
Replies: 3
Views: 1811

Re: Ancora Marocco 2 Chrysura?

si, certo!

Hai ragione ;-)
C. varicornis in entrambi i casi!

Grazie
Paolo
by Euchroeus
25 Aug 2015 09:13
 
Forum: Pictures | Immagini
Topic: Chrysura varicornis
Replies: 3
Views: 2719
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