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small dark fly -> Drosophila obscura group
smol
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Posted on 30-10-2023 00:04
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Netherlands, today, forest edge

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Fortunately, the "sex combs" on the two basal joints of fore tarsi are (barely) visible. Drosophila obscura group.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
Fortunately, the "sex combs" on the two basal joints of fore tarsi are (barely) visible. Drosophila obscura group.


Thank you very much! I will try to keep the legs more in focus.

Are the species of Drosophila obscura group (believe "D. obscura/subobscura" in NL) distinguishable without genital dissection?
 
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Principally yes, just the photos (of forelegs, palpi, abdominal end...) should be much better. I believe that more species occur in NL (ambigua, tristis...).
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
Principally yes, just the photos (of forelegs, palpi, abdominal end...) should be much better. I believe that more species occur in NL (ambigua, tristis...).


Noted, will keep this in mind for the next pictures (if I even succeed). You are right about the other species. Thank you!
 
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