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Chrysis coeruleiventris - Hungary

Postby Equestris » 07 Aug 2017 20:21

Hi, the last week I found this species near Veszprem in Hungary. Can you help me determined? My idea is Chrysura from dichroa group, but...
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Re: Hungary

Postby Euchroeus » 08 Aug 2017 12:27

:slurp:

It's a female of Chrysis coeruleiventris!!!
It's a widespread species, but very rarely collected everywhere.
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Re: Hungary

Postby Equestris » 08 Aug 2017 12:41

:thanks:
Yes i looked to picture and yes,thank you.

The evening i add next photo if you look it. Some species i dont know determined from this place.

Besides i saw on this place 1ex.if Spinolia unicolor :D
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Re: Hungary

Postby Equestris » 08 Aug 2017 17:36

It is possible to determine this Hedychridium from this photo?

6mm, the same place

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Re: Hungary

Postby Equestris » 08 Aug 2017 17:48

And is this Chrysis bicolor?
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Re: Hungary

Postby Equestris » 08 Aug 2017 18:00

And last one this please :D
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Re: Hungary

Postby jeromec » 09 Aug 2017 08:42

Hedychridium roseum group genae are parallel, not mediocrum, but the golden reflects on vertex & scutellum is a problem for me : I have a specimen with these reflects).
Chrysis bicolor/illigeri I think (I have difficulties for separate these 2 species).
Chrysis group leachii-succincta for the last (without a view of the cavity, I can not say anything : I don't know many species & I can make mystakes.
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Re: Hungary

Postby Euchroeus » 09 Aug 2017 10:05

Hi,

the first could be Hedychridium scutellare Tournier
the second Chrysis bicolor/illiger, but you have to see the shape on the second sternite
the third is Chrysis germari.

A suggestion. Do not prepare the chrysidids on white labels. The shape of the black spots on the second sternite are very important, as well as the colour of the abdomen in ventral view.
Better to use transparent plastic labels or micropins.

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Re: Hungary

Postby Equestris » 09 Aug 2017 12:11

Dear Paolo,
Thank you again. I know, but now i have about 3000 ex.if Chrysididae and i have idea that i will be remake it on transparent labels. But now i can not find this labels.....have you some contact to some company when i can buy it? Here in Czech i found only this
http://www.entosphinx.cz/cs/168-nalepov ... nsparentni
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Re: Hungary

Postby jeromec » 09 Aug 2017 19:15

You can use white labels if they are triangulare : you prepare the chryside on the apical margin (angulate).
You can find transparents labels on scholar materials.
In a french site (for example) : cover for paper files or reports : http://www.cdiscount.com/arts-loisirs/p ... #mpos=1|mp
(these transparents sheet are using for protect the first page of reports by example, but I don't know if they are enough rigid for this application).
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