Cryptinae?

Cryptinae?

Postby Jesper Lund on 28 Mar 2017, 15:38

Is this Cryptinae ... and can we get even closer to an ID?

(I have only photos from this angle.)

30. july 2012, Zealand, Denmark.

kindly Jesper
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Re: Cryptinae?

Postby Gunnar on 28 Mar 2017, 17:16

Maybe Euryproctus annulatus, female (Ctenopelmatinae, Euryproctini), or close. The ovipositor sheath seems to be more upturned than on the pictures (and Townes drawing) I have seen.
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Re: Cryptinae?

Postby Jesper Lund on 03 Apr 2017, 22:51

Thanks Gunnar.
Euryproctus annulatus would be great (I cant see it observed in Denmark), but im not able to tell if it is.
Perhaps others have an opinion - it would be a shame to leave this beautiful animal without a name ..
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