Gallery Links
Users Online
· Guests Online: 7

· Members Online: 0

· Total Members: 4,303
· Newest Member: Beidts
Forum Threads
Theme Switcher
Switch to:
Last Seen Users
· rafalk00:17:39
· MichelAngel00:19:15
· Paul Beuk00:20:15
· piros00:32:32
· Tony Irwin00:37:24
· Maks S00:47:31
· bertrandpami00:52:51
· ORCHALLAN01:04:07
· libor01:06:18
· RamiP01:08:53
Latest Photo Additions
View Thread
Diptera.info :: Identification queries :: Diptera (adults)
Who is here? 1 guest(s)
 Print Thread
Norway: Tetanocera x 3 => phyllophora x 1 + elata x 2
Jorn R Gustad
#1 Print Post
Posted on 12-02-2017 21:35
Member

Location: Averøy, Norway
Posts: 160
Joined: 26.12.11

I seriously need help with these (all netted near the coastline on 63 degrees north):
Specimen 1: 9th June in a steep hillside dominated by pine close to a bog - 200 m asl
Specimen 2: 23rd June (same locality as above)
Specimen 3: 20th July in a broad leaved forest close to a bog/river and a grassy field - 220 asl

Specimen 1 is obviously different from 2+3, having e.g. more plumed arista and lacks neck patch. 2+3 seems pretty close, but there are slight differences. Thanks in advance!
Edited by Jorn R Gustad on 13-02-2017 11:44
 
Jorn R Gustad
#2 Print Post
Posted on 12-02-2017 21:37
Member

Location: Averøy, Norway
Posts: 160
Joined: 26.12.11

Specimen 1
Jorn R Gustad attached the following image:


[269.17Kb]
 
Jorn R Gustad
#3 Print Post
Posted on 12-02-2017 21:38
Member

Location: Averøy, Norway
Posts: 160
Joined: 26.12.11

Specimen 2
Jorn R Gustad attached the following image:


[280.32Kb]
 
Jorn R Gustad
#4 Print Post
Posted on 12-02-2017 21:39
Member

Location: Averøy, Norway
Posts: 160
Joined: 26.12.11

Specimen 3
Jorn R Gustad attached the following image:


[280.5Kb]
 
Fred Fly
#5 Print Post
Posted on 13-02-2017 09:31
Member

Location: Germany
Posts: 349
Joined: 19.07.11

Regarding the dark costal area of all specimens and the different neck patches you recognised these are T. phyllophora (1) and T. elata (2+3). In many cases there are in some characters large individual differences within one species.
Regards
Piet
 
Jump to Forum:
Similar Threads
Thread Forum Replies Last Post
Bibionidae? Norway Diptera (adults) 4 17-09-2019 17:09
Bibio from Norway? Diptera (adults) 7 10-09-2019 22:27
Fly from kitchen in Norway Diptera (adults) 2 04-09-2019 23:04
Tiny fly, Norway Diptera (adults) 5 01-09-2019 21:47
Tachinidae - Norway - Platymyia fimbriata Diptera (adults) 7 01-09-2019 16:22
Date and time
20 September 2019 10:13
Login
Username

Password



Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.
Temporary email?
Due to fact this site has functionality making use of your email address, any registration using a temporary email address will be rejected.

Paul
Donate
Please, help to make
Diptera.info
possible and enable
further improvements!
Latest Articles
Syrph the Net
Those who want to have access to the Syrph the Net database need to sign the
License Agreement -
Click to Download


Public files of Syrph the Net can be downloaded HERE

Last updated: 25.08.2011
Shoutbox
You must login to post a message.

18.09.19 20:06
Jewell699, you should post it in the forum, not submit it for the gallery.

15.09.19 20:41
Jewelm699 - did you upload it to a forum (which one?) or the gallery? I can't find it.

11.09.19 13:15
I’m hoping someone can identify the phoridae maggot or pupae I just uploaded.

28.08.19 14:29
Rafael p is legs and f1 is fore femur

26.08.19 17:13
If you experienced a very sluggish site recently, it may have been because someone tried to upload a maliciuous script by force. It appears to have failed. The visitor was blocked further access.

25.07.19 15:13
@Paul Beuk Thanks mate!! Best wishes!

22.07.19 15:09
Where are the meaning abbreviations of Lindner's series Die Fliegen der Palaearktischen Region, ie. f1: anterior femur, ...and what about "p"? (I don't possess volume I)

17.07.19 19:37
Yup, you can view the wing from above (dorsal side) and from beneath (ventral side).

16.07.19 13:31
Hey Dipterists! Quick Question: Vein r2+3 bare beneath. I've always assumed that this is below as in when you look at the wing flat. Am I right? Thank youuuuu! Pfft

18.06.19 08:07
TumbsUp

Render time: 2.05 seconds | 141,610,952 unique visits