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Chamaepsila? Algarve Portugal
Thijs Valkenburg
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Posted on 05-03-2023 00:04

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04-03-2023, Olhão, Algarve , Portugal. Beaten of flowering Viburnum tinus
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Clusiidae I think, looks similar [ish] to some of the Clusiodes sp. in the Gallery...

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Asteidae, Asteia
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None of the Asteia I know loks likke this and the genitalia seem to be quite large for Asteia, too. I think we need to look in Anthomyzidae.
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Santhomyza inermis seems close.

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According to Jindrich Rohacek (specialist in Anthomyzidae) Paul identified it correctly as Sathomyza inermis (widespread in the Medetarenean) but (less probable) it could also be S. bezzii (known only from Italy). Closer examination of the specimen would be necessary to be sure.
Jan Willem van Zuijlen
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Posted on 06-03-2023 14:33

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Thanks to all!

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