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Anthomyiidae --> Anthomyia procellaris or imbrida
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Posted on 22-08-2014 11:56
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Denmark, East Jylland, near Juelsminde, coastal area, about 5 msm, at a bush (between gardens and forest), Outsidefoto: kuv, 19th of August 2014. Comparing the pictures in the Diptera Gallery for me it's doubtful A. pluvialis oder procellaris. Please help.
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Michael Ackland
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Not pluvialis as the postsutural lateral dark mark broadly reaches the wing root. Could be either Anthomyia procellaris or A. imbrida, but one needs to see the 5th sternite or the hind tibia setae to ID it.
 
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Thank you very much Michael, but I have no other pics to see what is necessary, sorry.
Best regards
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Here are some photos of the postsutural lateral black marks for Anthomyia pluvialis, procellaris and imbrida. The genus Anthomyia comes up often, and these three photos of the male markings may help. There are other species in the Mediterranean region. Anthomyia imbrida is less common than the other two species.
This is Anthomyia pluvialis
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Anthomyia procellaris
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Anthomyia imbrida
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kuv
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That's great, thank you for informations Michael.
Greetings kuv
 
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