No interactions present.
Just noting that this is a member of the Chrysis ignita group rather than Chrysis ignita in the strict sense, which is one of several microspecies which cannot be distinguished without very detailed examination.
Thanks for the comment, I'm afraid I overlooked the fact that there were several similar ssp.
Thank you both...I had no idea it was so complex.
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not ssp.... but spp.!
The Chrysis ignita complex contains at least half a dozen taxa. They are, frankly, a bit of a nightmare and in urgent need of some DNA work to sort things out.
Hence the famous quote "Chrysis? What Chrysis?"
Lat/Lng: 51.9, -2.9
OS grid ref: SO4330