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Platypezidae => Protoclythia rufa/modesta female/male (NW Spain)
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Posted on 12-11-2013 21:51

Location: Galicia (NW Spain)
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Hello! I found many Protoclythia these days, are correct the pairs? Smile

Protoclythia modesta female

Protoclythia modesta male

Protoclythia rufa female

Protoclythia rufa male

Edited by Belen on 12-11-2013 22:28
Menno Reemer
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Posted on 12-11-2013 22:14

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Yes, I agree.
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Posted on 12-11-2013 22:27

Location: Galicia (NW Spain)
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Thanks Menno! I think now I know them well Wink
michal tkoc
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Posted on 31-12-2013 13:37
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Very good Belen Smile
Curator of Diptera, Entomology Department, National Museum Prague.
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