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Platypeza, Ireland
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Posted on 28-10-2023 12:48
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Is it possible to distinguish between P. fasciata and consobrina here?

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Posted on 28-10-2023 13:23
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I think it's P. consobrina:
tergite 1 and tergite 5 extensively dusted
see: Reemer, de Jong (2016): De Nederlaandse breedvoetvliegen
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Posted on 28-10-2023 13:29
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There appears to be a small black triangle on T5, that's why I considered fasciata as an option
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