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Anthomyzidae, Anagnota probably bicolor
Renko
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Posted on 18-09-2016 16:19
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Hello,

An Anthomyzidae (?) found in North of France, Clairmarais, the 17 september 2016, in a marshy place, in a forest


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Nobody ?
 
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I asked Jindřich Roháček about this one.

He answered that it is a species of Anagnota and most probably Anagnota bicolor. But there is two similar species in Europe and Anagnota major, and safe indentification can only be possible with male and female terminalia
 
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