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Melanagromyza male,species possible please?
Roy
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Posted on 02-05-2022 14:16
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Hello,
this fly was found in my garden the 04 04 2022. Size : 2,9 mm.
Locality : Luçon, middle west of France.

Melanagromyza was suggested with the team of the "forum du monde des insectes".

The fly is always in the alcohol, so I can do a picture of the hypopygium to get species if possible.


Thanks by advance.

Best regards.

Christian

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos300/big/Sphaeroceridae%20m%20hd%20x%2025-T.%2029%20mm.-Lucon%20jardin-04%2004%202022_00001_01.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 04/04/2022
Altitude : 10 m - Taille : 2,9 mm.
Réf. : 300405

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos300/big/Sphaeroceridae%20m%20hl%20x%205-T.%2029%20mm.-Lucon%20jardin-04%2004%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 04/04/2022
Altitude : 10 m - Taille : 2,9 mm.
Réf. : 300406
 
Tony Irwin
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Not sure that you'll get a decent hypopygium pic from that specimen - looks like a female to me.
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Roy
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oups ! yes sorry !
is it good for the diagnose ?

Christian
 
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Possibly, though I find the females difficult, even with a specimen!
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Roy
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Posted on 03-05-2022 17:38
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Very well.

Thanks a lot for your answer, Tony.

I will try to catch a true male in future !

Best regards.

Christian
 
Roy
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Posted on 10-05-2022 12:40
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Hello,
after this frontal view (head width : 0,6 mm.) and the study of the keys of Spencer, it was suggested : Hexomyza simplicoides.

Do you agree with this ID. ?

Christian

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos301/big/Agromysidae-%20f%20fr%20x%2010-T.%2029%20mm.-Lucon%20jardin-04%2004%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 04/04/2022
Altitude : 10 m - Taille : largeur tête : 0,6 mm
Réf. : 301914
Edited by Roy on 10-05-2022 13:35
 
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