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Mesembrina intermedia Zetterstedt, 1849
Pierre-Nicolas Libert
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Posted on 25-05-2005 08:35
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I found a new species of Muscidae for Belgium which is Mesembrina intermedia Zetterstedt, 1849. Does anyone have any references I could use to know more about it? I try to write a short note on that found.

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Other than what I wrote here I do not have. But like I said, I can go through the other checklists and see if I will find references there. I do not expect much more than just distribution from those list, though.
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29.05.15 21:53
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28.05.15 10:53
Hello, can any1 tell me if this is the word for shifting markings on the abdomen - schillerflecken

19.05.15 14:40
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19.05.15 14:32
Hi hope so can tell me if this is ok griffes et pelotes - claws and pulvilli Thx

09.05.15 12:04
Thx Stephane, I see by rather than from- no your English is great!

09.05.15 11:53
No, I would understand : "Calypters small, the lower one is projecting over the upper one by 3/4" (my english is probably not the best).

09.05.15 10:47
Thx Stephane p296 Seguy Calypters small, le thoracique saillant des 3/4 the lower is 3/4 the size or length of the upper? is that how you understand it

08.05.15 21:20
I assume the sentence talk about calypters (cuillerons) : it means that the lower (thoracic) one is protruding.

07.05.15 14:11
Can anyone help out with a translation for le thoracique saillant.. (its not thorax!) Thx

01.05.15 07:55
Thanks Tony. Curious all those flies belong to different families but all of them have white face. Maybe that is useful to see inside burrows?

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