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Tephritidae? => Palloptera muliebris Pallopteridae
Niek van Wijk
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Posted on 21-08-2008 13:00
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Dear Forum,

I took this picture today in my glasshouse. I Believe it is a Tephritidae species, but in the gallery and forum posts I didn't find one with the same wing-pattern. Can it be further identified from this picture?

Best regards, Niek
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John Smit
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Palloptera muliebris Pallopteridae.

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Niek van Wijk
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Posted on 21-08-2008 14:48
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Dear John.

Thank you. That explains why I could not find it with Tephritidae...

Best regards, Niek
 
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