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[Anthomyia quinquemaculata] Anthomyia sp. ♂
JC_Bartolucci
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Posted on 01-07-2023 17:00
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Hello,

This Anthomyia sp. ♂ came across the sheet during a night hunt. Do you think it is possible to identify the species?

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos325/big/P6150091_modif%202.jpg
JC Bartolucci : France : Saint-Martin-de-Crau : 13310 : 15/06/2023
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 325440

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos325/big/P6150093_modif%202.jpg
JC Bartolucci : France : Saint-Martin-de-Crau : 13310 : 15/06/2023
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 325441

Thanks in advance

JC
Edited by JC_Bartolucci on 11-05-2024 22:51
 
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Impossible to go further in the determination?
 
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Hello,

I try one last time to raise the subject for this fly, in case... Smile
 
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Anthomyia procellaris or bazini
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Hello JC, the photos are a bit blurry - would be nice to see the hind tibiae and the arista sharply.
But the 3 postsutural spots are confluent as do the lateral ones with the spot on the wingbase. The grey area on the scutellum is restricted to apex.
Following Michelsen (2008): "The Anthomyia pluvialis complex in Europe" we find Anthomyia quinquemaculata which is a species of the Mediterranean Subregion.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Sorry Paul, I was seconds too late - but what do you think of A. quinquemaculata?
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Thank you for your answers, waiting for Paul's opinion Smile
 
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Paul, what do you think of Anthomyia quinquemaculata?
 
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Posted on 11-05-2024 07:32
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eklans wrote:
Hello JC, the photos are a bit blurry - would be nice to see the hind tibiae and the arista sharply.
But the 3 postsutural spots are confluent as do the lateral ones with the spot on the wingbase. The grey area on the scutellum is restricted to apex.
Following Michelsen (2008): "The Anthomyia pluvialis complex in Europe" we find Anthomyia quinquemaculata which is a species of the Mediterranean Subregion.

The choice in my view is restricted between procellaris and quinquemaculata and with only theese photos we can't be shure; but for what can be seen of hind tibiae I'd vote for quinquemaculata
Best regards,
Carlo
 
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Ok thank you, I think we can say that in terms of reliability of the determination, Anthomyia quinquemaculata is neither certain nor very probable, but probable.
 
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