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Chamaemyiidae ID => Chamaemyia sp.
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Posted on 24-04-2023 07:05

Location: Zaragoza, Spain
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Hi everyone!

Found in La Portellada (Teruel, Spain). May 16th 2022.

Thanks in advance,
JavierZgz attached the following image:

Edited by JavierZgz on 18-05-2023 19:42
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Posted on 08-05-2023 08:40
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It is no tephritid at all.
Do you have a side view picture, too?

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Posted on 14-05-2023 19:11

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Unfortunately I didn't take other pics, but I'll look for the fly and I will.

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Posted on 14-05-2023 23:00
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IMHO, it is a Pallopteridae, please change the title of the thread, then someone could help you
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Posted on 15-05-2023 07:47

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Fred Fly
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Better change to Chamaemyiidae
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Posted on 15-05-2023 09:28

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Ok thanks!
Paul Beuk
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Posted on 15-05-2023 13:48
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Chamaemyia sp. Taxonomically rather a mess because of intraspecific variation and mismatch and differences of interpretation between names of described species and actual specimens. The fact that this specimen misses antennae does not improve matters.

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Posted on 15-05-2023 21:36

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Thanks, Paul!

Sometimes samples arrive crippled to the lab ... It's a pity.
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