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Drosophilidae? Switzerland
Jiri Hodecek
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Locality: Bern, Switzerland, near dead pig (experiment). Thanks for any closer ID.
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Drosophila suzukii, female.
 
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Thank you! Is this also Drosophila?
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Antenna
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Certainly a drosophilid, but I cannot determine even genus (although I have some idea).
 
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My suspicion is Hirtodrosophila confusa, male. This species has very inconspicuous preapical setae on tibiae. Unfortunately this character cannot be well checked on these pictures.
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