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Herina (Ulididae), which species?--> Herina tristis
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Found this 4-5 mm fly in a liquid trap (for olive fly) with this curious pattern on wings, but it isn't a Tephritidae. Which family could be?
The anal vein reached the wing margin, but I can't understand the may sc goes with my keys.
Spain: Catalonia: Girona: Beuda: UTM31T DG7477, 395 m, 2012 September 28th
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Not my family, Ulidiidae, but this looks like a Herina tristis. Maybe a specialist will soon tell me that I am absolutely wrong.
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Ruud, now I'm sure it's Herina (I thought I could see two costal breaks), many thanks, and best wishes, Rafael
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Herina tristis Meigen, indeed.
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I was hoping you are going to react, Valery! Thanks.
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Thank you both!
 
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