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Scathophaga ID => Scathophaga suilla
Woodmen
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Posted on 13-10-2015 22:47
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Russia, Kirov region. 25.09.2015.
Scathophaga suilla?

Vladimir.

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Edited by Woodmen on 16-11-2015 19:38
 
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1st picture is a male : f3 without strong ad, antennae, humeri and pleurae yellow ;
2nd picture a female with a glossy T7 :
I would also call them Scatophaga suilla.
Stephane.
 
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Posted on 14-10-2015 19:31
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Thank you very much, Stephane!

Regards
Vladimir.
 
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