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Besseria dimidiata or reflexa
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Posted on 20-07-2015 10:33
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I cannot find at the gallery... last weekend about 1300 mt, prepyrenees...
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another view...
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Besseria dimidiata or reflexa

Those are small, indeed.

Theo
 
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Thans Teo.
I add ampliations so may be you can go further...
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mid tibia
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I don't want to pretend to know Besseria Wink, but in the penultimate picture genae seem to be silver dusted all the way down to the lower edges, and the base color of the frontal stripe is yellow, suggesting B. dimidiata, according to the key copied here:
http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=23325

Greetings,
Henrik
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