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Trupanea actinobola, Tephritidae from New Mexico
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pan trap material from New Mexico USA. Does someone know these ?

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resembles Trupanea radifera or texana. Is that a male?
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socrates wrote:
resembles Trupanea radifera or texana. Is that a male?

Looking at the key to male Trupanea by Foote et al. 1993 I get to the couplet containing T. actinobola and T. signata.
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Seems to be Trupanea actinobola (Loew, 1873)

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