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Drosophilidae -> cf. Drosophila cameraria
smol
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Posted on 27-01-2024 13:09
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The first pic seems to show dark fore femora and entirely dark abdominal tergites,
which is not the case of 2nd+3rd pic. These two pictures could be considered as H. cameraria, as your other recent posts. I know that reproduction of colours can be tricky - compare variuous pics in https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=112276&pid=464285#post_464285
If you are sure that all the pictures show the same individual, the first pic must be indeed identified as cf. H. cameraria as well...
Edited by Jan Maca on 28-01-2024 17:11
 
smol
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Thank you very much Jan Maca! I was a bit thrown off by its abdomen so overlooked "H. cameraria".

I rechecked the raw pictures and these are all of the same individual. Sharp pictures of the front femore all show this darkish colour where in some angels some lighter yellow occurs.
 
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