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[new photo] Cliorismia (Therevidae)
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Posted on 28-11-2021 00:43
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Danube island, Vienna in June

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Edited by Carnifex on 04-12-2021 00:09
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I think now this should be Cliorismia rustica.
Habitat on the Danube Island was a clear poplar/willow forest with sandy ground. Confirm?
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Or Cliorismia ardea!?
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I am still struggling with this specimen, despite microscoping the genitalia. Comparing the structure e.g. here, it seems to be intermediate between C. rustica and C. ardea. Any idea?

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I don't have access, but would be interested to know whether in Stubbs & Drake (2001) British soldierflies and their allies there are other features mentioned that separates the two species - or can just the aedeagus be used?
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