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Francesco Posted - 14/10/2019 : 09:58:10

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Mozambique, Tete, 4-5.XII.2015
~1 cm
Eunidia apicefusca Breuning?
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Francesco Posted - 16/10/2019 : 20:21:28
Actually, Breuning's key (1957) is misleading since sulphurea was keyed among the species with yellow scutellum, while it is black in the description.
Riana Posted - 15/10/2019 : 12:12:30
Consider Eunidia sulphurea m. atroapicalis Breuning, 1960
Francesco Posted - 15/10/2019 : 09:09:58
E. sulphurea should have a yellow scutellum.
Littlebeetle23 Posted - 15/10/2019 : 08:22:28
I'm thinking about Eunidia sulphurea.

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