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Tachinidae > Minthodes diversipes - ID by Dr. Hans-Peter Tschorsnig
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With that petiole I assume Rhinophoridae!?
 
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Stevenia sp.
 
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jorgemotalmeida wrote:
Stevenia sp.


I tries to follow the Stevenia key and can't get it to fit. Almost all Stevenia (except S. acutangula with short petiole and S. fernandezi which is endemic to Canary Island) should have "abdomen mainly black except for posterior 1/2?1/4 of tergite 5 which is red". Perhaps I'm missing something ...
 
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Stevenia IDs only with genitalia...
 
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... so why did Pape & Cerretti write a key then? Shock
 
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Stevenia or Tachinidae?
 
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Dr. Hans-Peter Tschorsnig said that:

- Most probably Minthodes (Pseudomintho) diversipes (Strobl, 1899)
 
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