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Limnia unguicornis? (Euthycera fumigata(female)
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Limnia unguicornis(female) is the correct name? Thank you very much. Slovak Republik, Terchová region on the Malá Fatra, approximately 700 m above sea level 11.07.2011.
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[quote]Mucha Fero wrote:
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Limnia its not, but female Euthycera.
I think its E. fumigata.

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Frank Marquard wrote:
Limnia its not, but female Euthycera.
I think its E. fumigata.

Frank


Frank thank you very much.
 
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sphotos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/408162_10200104878293375_1655143193_n.jpg

Is this Euthycera fumigata please? Not my picture. On Wild Parsnip, Pastinaca sativa on a chalk down by the sea.
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Another one: http://farm1.staticflickr.com/231/451220262_3ff7c3fb2e_z.jpg?zz=1
 
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Hi Perseus
I'm not an expert. I think it's (Sciomyzidae) Dichetophora obliterata (female).
See here: http://www.diptera.info/photogallery.php?photo_id=2418
http://www.diptera.info/photogallery.php?photo_id=3630
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Certainly Dichetophora! Which species, I cannot say.
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And the one behind the link is Sepedon sphegea.
Btw Perseus, you should create a new topic for each different fly, otherwise its gets to complicated after a while.
 
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Hello Mucha Fero,

Thanks a lot. You seem like a genius to me as it would taken me ages to come up with this genus name.
Location web page:
http://www.glaucus.org.uk/MillHill2012.html

However, this is chalk downs and the fly is shown on an umbellifer which are more often seen on the disturbed land next to paths, still on the chalk and near the sea. I have identified the three species of local snails most often seen, but I will have to look them up later.

Cheers

Andy Horton
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http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Adur2012.html
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Jonas wrote:
And the one behind the link is Sepedon sphegea.
Btw Perseus, you should create a new topic for each different fly, otherwise its gets to complicated after a while.


Separate thread created here. Previous messages left in-situ. It may help if the recorder searches along the same lines (using popular references only):
http://www.dipter...d_id=51466
 
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