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Lauxaniidae: Meiosimyza rorida for check please
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Posted on 30-06-2014 22:10
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Yellow fly with wing length about 4mm found 30 June 2014 indoors in Ipswich, Suffolk. I think this is a female Meiosimyza rorida.
Is that the right ID?

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Looks good! I think I see the row of anteroventral spines on fore femur in the second (frontal) photo. Two sternopleural setae are present, and also the chaetotaxy is ok (compare http://www.dipter...d_id=42117). So I would agree with your ID Smile.
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Thanks Sundew.

I've cropped this image to try and give a better view of the anteroventral comb-like rows of black spinules on the fore femora.

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