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lisharris
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Posted on 21-06-2022 11:31
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Grateful for any help with identification of the Psychoda, and if its female? can supply more photos or fly.

Merci

Lis
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weia
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Impossible from a picture. And because the wings turn when dead it could also be a Philosepedon, so I cannot say more than Psychodini spec.
 
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Posted on 27-06-2022 11:40
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Thanks very much.

I can send you the fly if you would like to help further it would be interesting to know the species if possible and if a male or female for my work

Lis
 
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I never collect. Ask a museum.
 
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A close up of the last segments of the antenna maybe helps.
 
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I found it dead in a flower, so I don't collect either. I don't have any means to get a bigger image however thanks very much for your help.

Lis
 
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lisharris wrote:
I found it dead in a flower, so I don't collect either.


That's the perfect way of collecting! Send it to me and I'll have a look.
Weia Reinboud
Simon Bolivarstraat 87
3573zk Utrecht
Netherlands
 
lisharris
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Thanks very much
 
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