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Agromyzidae: Cerodontha?
Andrea Porcile
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Posted on 28-08-2021 16:59
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Hello everyone!
I got passionated into photographing insects. I subscribed long ago to Diptera.info, but it's the first time I'm writing something here.
I took a picture of this Diptera on the first of May 2021 near Gorizia, Italy, in a humid karst environment.
Length: 3mm
Is someone able to identify the species or at least the genera?
Thanks in advance and congratulations for the best diptera website of the web.
Andrea Porcile
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The genus is OK.
 
Andrea Porcile
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Posted on 06-09-2021 15:25
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Thank you very much Jan Maca for the reply.
No hope for the species?
Andrea Porcile
 
Jan Maca
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Try to ask Miloš Černý: cerny.milos@centrum.cz
 
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Probably Cerodontha (Cerodontha) fulvipes (Meigen, 1830) - female.
Reliable determination only by male.

Milos
 
Andrea Porcile
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Posted on 07-09-2021 21:28
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Thank you very much Milos and Jan for your help to the identification of this agromyzidae. Finally I am able to name the pictures of this beautiful fly!
Greetings from Italy
Andrea Porcile
 
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