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Dolichopodidae male , species please?
Roy
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Posted on 01-06-2022 13:17
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Hello,
for this male found in the garden on 14 May 2022, we think of a Medetera with this face, but we are puzzled about the species.
In effect we had thought of M. flavipes with this habitus but the surstylus does not seem to fit.

Body size : 2,9 mm.
Locality : Luçon, middle west of France

Is it possible with these pictures to go to the species?

Thanks by advance

Christian

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos302/big/Dolichopodidae%20f%20hl%20x%2025-T.%2029%20mm-Lucon%20jardin%20mur%20dependances-14%2005%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 14/05/2022
Altitude : 10 m - Body size : 2,9 mm.
Réf. : 302311

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos302/big/Dolichopodidae%20m%20ad%20ext.%20x%2025-T.%2029%20mm-Lucon%20jardin%20mur%20dependances-14%2005%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 14/05/2022
Altitude : 10 m -
Wing length : 3,3 mm.
Réf. : 302438

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos302/big/Dolichopodidae%20f%20ov%20x%2010-T.%2029%20mm-Lucon%20jardin%20mur%20dependances-14%2005%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 14/05/2022
Altitude : 10 m -
Hypandrium length: 0,5 mm. Ventral view.
Réf. : 302313

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos302/big/Medetera%20flavipes%20m%20-hg%20l%20distal%20x%2010-Dolichopodidae-Lucon%20jardin-14%2005%202022_00001.jpg
roy : France : Luçon : 85400 : 14/05/2022
Altitude : 10 m -
Hypopygium-Lateral view.
Réf. : 302974
 
Igor Grichanov
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Posted on 03-06-2022 08:44
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Looks like М. media Parent, 1925 - fore coxa yellow; 1-4 segments of all tarsi dark at extreme apex. But its nearest to France country is Tunisia. See
Negrobov, O.P., Naglis, S. 2016. Palaearctic species of the genus Medetera (Diptera: Dolichopodidae). Zoosystematica Rossica 25(2): 333–379.
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Roy
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Posted on 03-06-2022 11:00
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Ok. thank you very much Igor.

Best regards.

Christian
 
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