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Ruth Ahlburg
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Philygria?

Bornholm, Denmark july 21. 2021 on the all of the house. About 2.2½ mm.
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It looks like a Philygria species, but I'm not sure which one.
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Large hyaline spot in wing and first costal index about 1: P. femorata?
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Is Philygria femorata also named Philygria posticata (Meigen, 1830)?


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At one time femorata was synonymized with posticata, but then it was re-established as a good species. As far as I know, neither species has been recorded in Denmark, but femorata is known from Sweden. I think that separating the species is best done by dissection.
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Thanks a lot!


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