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Anthomyiidae for ID from Belgium 2021-09-19 : >> Anthomyia confusanea, female
Tetrao
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Posted on 19-09-2021 15:57
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Could it be possible to ID this Anthomyiidae ?
I think it could be Anthomyia sp. With spuurs on the costale and spuurs on the medium tibia + red palpies ... I think it could be Anthomyia confusanea ...
Please help ID

Dorsale view :
observations.be/media/photo/43046085.jpg

Wings view :
observations.be/media/photo/43046087.jpg

Profil views :
observations.be/media/photo/43046088.jpg

observations.be/media/photo/43046089.jpg

Thank you for help !!!
Edited by Tetrao on 22-09-2021 20:21
 
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Posted on 19-09-2021 17:24
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Hi, I think it's Anthomyia liturata (striped thorax, shaded crossveins).
Greetings, Eric
 
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Posted on 19-09-2021 18:43
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Thank you Eric !
 
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Posted on 20-09-2021 08:42
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Hi, √Čric, have a look at this subject :
https://diptera.i...d_id=67533, seems to Be the same stripes on thorax ?

EDIT : automatic translation not asked ! I made the correction.
Excuse me ...
Edited by Tetrao on 20-09-2021 17:01
 
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Posted on 22-09-2021 20:20
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According to a conversation with Johanna van Erkelens about this specimen, she confirmed the identification : Anthomyia confusanea, a female.
identification can be made looking at the median tibia with only 1 ad in the middle but not only.
Edited by Tetrao on 22-09-2021 20:49
 
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