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Gordon Jar
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Posted on 10-04-2006 16:06
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With help from the thred H.albitarsis I have identified the attached as a Rhamphoromyia Sp. I'll put my head on the block and say I suspect it is R.sulcata but would be grateful for any advice.

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This is a second image of the same.

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Paul Beuk
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It is a risky business to say anything about themales of species of the Rhamphomyia sulcata group without havinf the possibility to see the genitalia. Still, I think this may well be R. cinerascens (in Britain generally called subcinerascens but I have seen no true constant differences as yet).
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Thankyou very much for that Paul. I am only to pleased to have got as far as a Rhamphomyia Sp. and have it confirmed.

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