A black Crabronidae

A black Crabronidae

Postby lweit on 01 Aug 2017, 16:44

Hello
Found in NE of France (Distroff 57925) on Rosa, the 27/07/2017, lenght 8-9 mm.
I think it's a species of the genus Trypoxylon certainly of the figulus group.

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Thank you
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Re: A black Crabronidae

Postby Christian on 01 Aug 2017, 16:47

Trypoxylon spec, from the T. minus- species group.
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Re: A black Crabronidae

Postby lweit on 01 Aug 2017, 17:46

Thank you Christian
I used Faune de France 86 Hyménoptères Sphecidae d'Europe Occidentale Volume 3 available here http://faunedefrance.org/bibliotheque/d ... idaeV3.pdf
and I arrived to the figulus group-species.

What species are in the minus group-species.

What detail are necessary to go to the species ?

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Re: A black Crabronidae

Postby Christian on 02 Aug 2017, 17:48

Yes, figulus group is the correct name, T. minus is a member of it.

In female, you need clypeus frontal and the area below forlegs in high resolution, in males you need also last flagellomeres.

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Re: A black Crabronidae

Postby lweit on 02 Aug 2017, 18:35

Thank you Christian
I added a photo of the area before the fore leg and on the third photo there is the face and the flagellomeres

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