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Muscidae: Atherigona varia, male
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Austria, July.

Thank you for your help!

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An Atheigona. As far as I know, only A. varia has been known from Austria, but the monstrous aedeagus seems me puzzling.
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Very interesting, Jan. Thank you. Hopefully we will find out more about this species.

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Very interesting, Jan. Thank you. Hopefully we will find out more about this species.

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aedeagus looks like that of A. tibiseta; known from Australia but not Austria (;
 
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Helge, why Australia???
Trifoliate process fits well A. varia.
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Thank you for your answer & your help, Nikita!
I didn´t believe seriously that I found A. tibiseta in Austria, in my post I just mentioned the similarity of the trifoliate process. Wink

I didn´t found any genital drawings or pictures of A. varia to compare with.


best wishes, Helge
 
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Thank you very much, again Nikita TumbsUp
 
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