Postby corzon on 31 May 2009, 23:18

Speaks for itself...

However I dont know the species :oops: so suggestions wlecome!
Ammophila 356 med.jpg
Thanks for your attention!

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Re: Ammophila

Postby Eckart Stolle on 02 Jun 2009, 22:22

hehe funny. Nice shot
the wing veination isnt visible so i can be A. sabulosa or campestris.

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Re: Ammophila

Postby Christian on 06 Jul 2009, 10:07

A. sabulosa is excluded (Males have a black line on gaster, and here are enought males to see it), so in Central Europe only campestris comes into account. The third species, A. pubescence, is much darker.
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