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Heleomyzidae: Suillia affinis, male
helge
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Posted on 06-04-2021 08:25
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Austria, 2.4.2021 450m asl.

Thank you for your help!

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do you have a dorsal picture?
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helge
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Posted on 08-04-2021 18:04
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Hi Ruud,
I will take a photo tomorrow in the office! (:

Helge
 
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sry for the blurry pics..


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Is this the same specimen? I seems to me that the first pictures show a plumose arista, while I cannot see it very well on the last pictures.
If it is plumose and the scutellum is indeed this hairy, it is affinis
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Posted on 12-04-2021 09:29
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Hello Ruud, yes, it is the same specimen. The hairs on the arista are just not visible from this angle. Thank you very much!

Helge
 
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