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Anthomyiidae ID => Anthomyia plurinotata
tristram
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Posted on 12-05-2013 12:14
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Photo taken in Reading, UK on 2013-05-12.

I think this is a female Anthomyia sp but the black patches are not right for the A. procellaris group. Is it A. plurinotata?
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Anthomyia plurinotata seems right.
Would be the first record for the UK...!?

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Thank you Johanna. I hadn't noticed it wasn't on the UK checklist.
 
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I looks like A. plurinotata, and if it is it is a species new to Britain. If you did not catch a specimen, please go to the locality and search for more and collect them, especially a male. If you don't want to do this, please tell us the locality in detail. It is not possible to record it as positively new to Britain based on a photograph.
 
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I shall do my best to catch one.
 
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At last, long after I had given up all hope, I have finally caught a male!
This specimen was taken in the Wilderness, in Whiteknights Park, Reading, UK, on 2014-09-13.
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That is very nice!
Congratulations.

Johanna
 
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It is new to Britain! It is good news that you have caught a specimen. Perhaps you could write up a note in the Dipterists Digest. If you want any help or info my email address is: mackland@btinternet.com

I should be interested to learn about the habitat.
 
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