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Otitidae?
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help with ID thanks from China
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Cornutrypeta triceratops (Bezzi, 1913) - Tephritidae ?
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wow! Great fly!!
I wish to see the famous Liphistiidae spider from china. Grin If is it possible take photos to the spiders and submit them in Other insects, spiders section. It would be very great!

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Hehe, when you're finished with them and we have a reliable ID, please submit them for the Gallery. Smile
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To Kahis:Many thanks!

To jorgemotalmeida: please look in Other insects, spiders section. I don?t known the spider from China or Malaysia?

To Paul: you are welcome

Best regards,
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PS. I am not sure about the proposed identification. Some characters do *not* match the description of C. triceratops. But the genus is probably correct. So let's wait the the real tephritid specialists of the forum before moving on.
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Magnificent fly!
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Gabor,

Xespok wrote:
Magnificent fly!


We're coming late, but really magnificent.
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loepa: Interesting fly. Hope you show us more photos of flies from China.
 
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Kahis: do you have the original description?

crex: good idea!

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This indeed magnificent fly is a Cornutrypeta, and it might well be C. triceratops. But it's difficult to tell from this photo's. For a possitive ID I need to know the colour of the fifith tarsomere and a good view of the side of the head, in order to be able to see how many orbital setae it has (not the extraordinary large frontal setae).

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Hi John,
The colour of the fifith tarsomere: yellow
A good view of the side of the head: more photos
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Well in this case all characters indicate C. triceratops, though the wing pattern is different, so it might well be a new species....

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Jonh, many thanks! please check your PM.
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