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Heleomyzidae:Tephrochlamys sp.
Tony T
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Posted on 24-04-2008 20:20
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20 April 2008, NB, Canada. Length: 4mm

This female looks different from the one I posted recently SEE HERE. Signicantly smaller. Has 2 pairs of prosternal bristles.
Heleomyza?

EDIT: was Another Heleomyzid?
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Andrzej
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Posted on 24-04-2008 21:40
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HI Tony,
I see: one central cheek bristle, three pairs of dorsocentral bristles, one ventropapical seta on each tibia, ?two pairs of fronto-orbitals or 3 on the right side and two on the left only.
Really two pairs of prosternal bristles are present ?.

This female look like a representative of Tephrochlamys than a Heleomyza species Shock
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Tony T
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Andrzej wrote:
?two pairs of fronto-orbitals or 3 on the right side and two on the left only.
Really two pairs of prosternal bristles are present ?.


My error, no prosternal bristles; the bristles are on the mesosternum.
Looks like 2 pairs of fronto-orbitals.

Thanks Andrzej, you certainly know your Heleomyzids.
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ozgur70
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What kind of photo technic is this. Would you mind to give some explanation.
Thanks..
 
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