Bristly Hymenoptera --> Tiphia sp., looks like T. femorata

Bristly Hymenoptera --> Tiphia sp., looks like T. femorata

Postby kuv on 19 Jul 2015, 13:26

2015-07-15-Borstiger Hautflügler-xxx-Schenefeld-BSC7308.jpg

2015-07-15-Borstiger Hautflügler-xxx-Schenefeld-BSC7301.jpg

2015-07-15-Borstiger Hautflügler-xxx-Schenefeld-BSC7307.jpg

Hello,
Dates of the Fotos: Northern Germany, Schenefeld near Hamburg, uncultivated wall of earth one side along a street - at the other side field of a nursery of trees (beeches, maples, pines), Outsidefoto, 15th of July 2015, (Photo: kuv). Never seen before ... Please help me for ID (sorry , the pics are not so good).
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Re: Bristly Hymenoptera

Postby Alex on 19 Jul 2015, 13:32

Tiphia sp., looks like T. femorata but there might be more species looking like this in north Germany, although I doubt it.
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Re: Bristly Hymenoptera

Postby kuv on 19 Jul 2015, 13:45

Wow Alex - thanks a lot :D . Very quick answer :D !
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Re: Bristly Hymenoptera --> Tiphia sp., looks like T. femorata

Postby Christian on 31 Aug 2015, 20:25

From current taxonomy is it Tiphia femorata. The "species" includes probably about 5 true species in Germany, based on genetic examinations. However, species recognition by morphology seems to be very difficult to impossible. We will publish something about it next year.
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Re: Bristly Hymenoptera --> Tiphia sp., looks like T. femorata

Postby kuv on 02 Sep 2015, 09:59

Thank you very much for information Christian
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