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Cnodacophora sellata
Gerrit Oehm
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Posted on 27-04-2012 19:16
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Is this Cnodacophora sp?
And is it possible to determine the species?
(from northern Germany)
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Paul Beuk
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Quite a fuzzy image, but I'd suggest Calobata petronella.
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Gerrit Oehm
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sorry for the fuzzy picture
this one seems to be a little bit sharper...
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Paul Beuk
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Your first ID was correct, it is Cnodacophora sellata. There is only one pair of postsutural dc setae, C. petronella should have two pairs, but I could see not dc on the first image at all.

Perhaps submit this one for the Gallery?
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Gerrit Oehm
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I am going to submit this to the Gallery.
This is a male, right?
(because of the secual apparatus under the body)
Edited by Gerrit Oehm on 29-04-2012 10:28
 
Gerrit Oehm
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It might be another species: See comment in the gallery https://diptera.i...to_id=8363
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Darwyn Sumner
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Neria commutata
see https://micropezids.myspecies.info/taxonomy/term/21 and Jindřich Roháček's figure of the genitalia
 
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