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Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female

Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - Female
Kennedy Meadows, Tulare County, California, USA
July 20, 1986
Size: 4-5 mm.
The wing venation is really quite unique and diagnostic, but unfortunately it doesn't quite show up in this picture.

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Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female Helorus anomalipes (syn. paradoxus) - Helorus anomalipes - female

Moved
Moved from Helorus paradoxus. thank you proctos

Taxonomic status H. paradoxus
Hi, Helorus anomalipes (Panzer), 1798 (=H. paradoxus Provancher, 1881)
synonymized by Townes 1977

 
Thanks...
for the updated nomenclature!

 
I apologize. I think that you
I apologize. I think that you do not understand. Name H. paradoxus not working, as it was done much later than H. anomalipes. You need to write H. anomalipes. Thank you!

 
As I understand it you're say
As I understand it you're saying that H. paradoxus was place in synonomy under H. anomalipes. So Helorus anomalipes is the correct name for this species. I can't change the species page, I don't have editorial powers.

Moved
Moved from parasitic Apocrita.

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