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Metopia roserii, Sarcophagidae, July 2008, Hungary
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A Metopia sp.
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male of Metopia roserii

By Pape 1996 as Metopia argentata based on - to my knowledge - hitherto unverifyed assumptions.

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Does this mean that argentata (sensu Pape) is roserii, or generarlly argentata is roserii?
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argentata sensu Pape, 1996 is roserii

different autors have different interpretation

Pape 1996 provisionally assigns argentata as senior synonym of roserii because he has seen a specimen of roserii from Brem labeled "argentata" and Macquart assigned argentata to a specimen of Brem.

Some autors have a different opinion (as explained by Pape himself).

quite complicated issue and usually i prefer to follow Pape, 1996 but on this one i think Pape is jumping to conclusions too quick instead off maintaining stability of nomenclature.

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