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Heleomyzid from 13.01.12: Tephrochlamys rufiventris again? --> Heteromyza atricornis
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Hello!

A 5 mm fly from this afternoon at the forest border (northwest Germany). One more Tephrochlamys rufiventris?
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I'm wating for Ruud answer :-)
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Sorry, I cannot see the photo's well on the Iphone. I have to check it later on the Imac upstairs. I can't even see the dc's well now.
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But I will be please to check it when I am home again.
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But I think it is not a Tephrochlamys, but a Heteromyza. Maybe on the Imac I can see the dc's better.I need to see them well in order to say what species. Sorry.
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Hello, Andrzej and Ruud!

rvanderweele wrote:
But I think it is not a Tephrochlamys, but a Heteromyza.


Thank you. The genus Heteromyza also came into my mind later.
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I think I can see a dc before the suture. If that is indeed correct, I think, while looking at the head, it is H. atricornis.
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rvanderweele wrote:
I think I can see a dc before the suture. If that is indeed correct, I think, while looking at the head, it is H. atricornis.


Thanks once more, Ruud.
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