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Calyptopogon ? => Macropeza albitarsis
Jessica
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Posted on 20-06-2024 21:48
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Hello,

I think it looks a lot like the Calyptopogon in the gallery. Are these very long tarsi 3 a clue to the genus?

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos344/big/Ceratopogonidae.jpg
Jessica Joachim : France : Mazères : 09270 : 08/06/2024
Altitude : 243 m - Taille : 5-6 mm environ
Réf. : 344719
Edited by Jessica on 28-06-2024 20:06
 
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Macropeza. The common species is M. albitarsis.
 
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Oh great, thank you so much !
I saw that in Europe we have Macropeza albitarsis and Macropeza navasi. I can't find anything on the second, is there a something visible on the photo to exclude this species ?
 
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I don't know what Macropeza navasi looks like. I have not seen the description.

Séguy, E. 1934. Diptères d'Espagne. Memorias de la Academia de Ciencias Exactos, Fisico-Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza 3:1-54.
 
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