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Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby hedy2411 » 22 Dec 2010 22:54

Who can tell me more about this Chrysid...?
Picture is taken 15-6-2010 in Zeist, Holland.

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Hedy
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Re: Chrysid 3

Postby Gian Luca Agnoli » 23 Dec 2010 10:44

Hello Hedy.

This animal seems to be a Chrysis fulgida Linnaeus, 1761, female. It's a beautiful species present in Holland, Europe and in the East.
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Re: Chrysid 3

Postby Euchroeus » 23 Dec 2010 17:16

:o :shock: :o

I cannot belive! This is the second shot ever done in nature to Chrysis immaculata Buysson!!!
Great. This is one of the most rare European species.
I don't know why, but it seems more common in the Netherlands (Linsenmaier, 1959 and pers. comm. based on material examined in collections).

You can recognize it by the red line along the posterior margin of the first tergite.
It is typical of this rare species.

Ciaoooo
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Re: Chrysid 3

Postby hedy2411 » 23 Dec 2010 17:54

So it is a sure Chrysis immaculata and still a lady...?
To make you happy :-D and myself too, I have added a close-up which is rather nice.

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Re: Chrysid 3

Postby Euchroeus » 23 Dec 2010 19:20

wow,
you're so lucky in finding Chrysidids and good in taking pictures! ;)

Ciao
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Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby Equestris » 26 Jul 2017 17:50

Can I ask you....
If I understand, the Chrysis immaculata must be discinct have visible red line. And on my photo is normal Chrysis fulgida is it correct?
Thank you for information :beer:
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Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby hedy2411 » 26 Jul 2017 19:15

Hello Equestris,

Me myself I don´t know anything about Chrysids!
That´s why I´m here on the forum... :D
You may put your question to Gian Luca or Euchroeus, maybe they can help you!

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Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby jeromec » 26 Jul 2017 20:01

If the posterior margin of first tergit is golden-red it is C. immaculata
if the T I is entirely blue green, it is the female fulgida (the male is very caracteristic : he has a big blue mark on the T II).
Chrysis comta is more green than C. fulgida (and the coloration of the second sternit is different, in Linsenmaier 1959).
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Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby hedy2411 » 26 Jul 2017 22:34

So Equestris pictures is a C. fulgida...? :?
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Re: Chrysis immaculata Buysson, 1898 - Netherlands

Postby Equestris » 27 Jul 2017 06:28

Thank you Jerome for yours extensive response. :ok:

Hedy: Yes, it is Chrysis fulgida ;)
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