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Diptera of China -18 Ctenostylidae! very rare fly! sp.2
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Ctenostylidae, only 12 species are recorded up to now Pfft

Ramuliseta sp., new to science!

new recorde genus in China!
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Oriental Ramuliseta
http://www.v-zool.kiev.ua/pdfs/2001/3/06.pdf
 
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thanks Wink
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1st species of genus Ramuliseta from China!Wink
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can you give details about the habitat of this fly?
 
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the Mountains of Southwest China Cool
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I don't know about the others here but I'd be interested to know more about the 'habitat' ... to me habitat isn't 'mountains' it would be a bit more specific, such as "forest edge" or "river edge" with a quoted altitude. Smile Also, is 'southwest China' what is more commonly called 'Tibet' outside China? Wink

Have you been running malaise traps there? Any tachinids in them? Grin
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http://tachinidae.org.uk
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I collect them under a light .
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