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03-04-2020 13:53

Iosif Sandor Iosif Sandor

Hi forum, I guess that these are "lachnum virgini

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lachnum virginium
Iosif Sandor, 03-04-2020 13:53
Iosif Sandor
Hi forum,

I guess that these are "lachnum virginium" but i'm not sure if those grey "spots" are immature specimens or not. In the second image it seems as they are!!! What do you say?

All the best,

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Hans-Otto Baral, 03-04-2020 16:26
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : lachnum virginium
The hairs of this Lachnum are too shprt for L. virgineum. maybe L. brevipilosum.

The grey discs on the first image are a Mollisia sp. probably.