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Diptera of China -9 Geomyzidae?
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Posted on 07-04-2007 08:06
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from SW-China, 01.05.2006
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Dear Zhang,

It is without doubt a species of the genus Geomyza. But it doesn't seem to be one of the species also occuring in Europe. It looks most like G. venusta but in that species the vein Tp is marked which is not the case in your specimens.

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Geomyza chuana Yang 1997 ? Cool
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May very well be G. chuana. Since I have never seen this species I can't realy judge if it is conspecific with this species.

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