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Berytinus sp. Berytinus sp.<br />
Berytinus cf. signoreti?<br />
<a href="https://www.researchgate.net/publication/273797196_The_stilt_bugs_Heteroptera_Berytidae_of_Norway" rel="nofollow">https://www.researchgate.net/publication/273797196_The_stilt_bugs_Heteroptera_Berytidae_of_Norway</a> | p.30<br />
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Thanks so much* Berytidae,Insects,arthropoda,autumn,berytinae,hemiptera,heteroptera,insecta,lygaeoidea Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Hi Rui, I think B. striola is probably a better match. Did you get a lateral shot of the head? Posted 3 days ago, modified 3 days ago
    1. I believe yes, in this side view:
      Berytinus sp. Berytinus sp.<br />
Berytinus cf. signoreti?<br />
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/273797196_The_stilt_bugs_Heteroptera_Berytidae_of_Norway | p.30<br />
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Thanks so much* Berytidae,Insects,arthropoda,berytinae,hemiptera,heteroptera,insecta,lygaeoidea

      Is there any key for the paleartic Berytinae?
      I’m struggling to find more info... thanks arp!
      Posted 3 days ago
      1. Oh sorry, I didn't see that one :-/
        Yes, this should be Berytinus striola!
        I think I have a key at home - will have a look when I'm there and mail you what I have.
        Cheers, Arp
        P.S. Ah yes, I think I have this, but not digital (yet):
        http://faunedefrance.org/faune-70/
        Will see if I can scan at least the keys for you ...
        Posted 2 days ago, modified 2 days ago

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Uploaded Nov 20, 2020. Captured Oct 23, 2020 00:46.
  • NIKON D7100
  • f/1.0
  • 1/250s
  • ISO800