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Maybe Lonchaeidae? (Taiwan)
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12/JUN/2016, Taichung, Taiwan
Alt ~900m
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Cyclorrhapha, not Orthorrhapha.
 
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Wings perhaps a bit narrow but it gives the impression of Lonchaeidae.
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Thanks John and Paul! Smile
 
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I would also go for Lonchaeidae - do you still have the specimen??
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Thanks Iain Smile
Sorry I didn't got the specimenFrown
 
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21.07.17 22:40
Taf (Tafel) = plate (of illustrations).

21.07.17 13:26
Hello again can any1 help with a translation of Taf Taf VII, Fig. 24! Thx

04.07.17 14:40
Thanks Paul

27.06.17 15:13
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27.06.17 14:39
Hello if anyone has a male P. valida in their collection can you tell me how many p setae there are on tibia 2? Thx

14.06.17 12:39
Thx Paul, another off the list

13.06.17 16:11
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Thanks Paul

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I think min Xanthempis both do, in other subgenera the males hunt and females eat.

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