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Myopites male.
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Sardinia, Villanova Monteleone 17 settembre 2017.
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In fact, I still have many problems with males. Females can have smooth or tuberculate aculeus that easily separates two groups. In any case, Mediterranean Myopites remain a mess. Hardly anyone can give a positive ID for this males before the revision is done.
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The yellow (often brown) mesonotum is the character of stylatus/limbardae, which can be easily recognized also from long oviscape and smooth aculeus of female; all these flies look quite similar to stylatus, longirostris, eximia and inulaedyssentericae, but their geographic variability and host plants remain poorly understood.

Please keep on collecting by rearing from the host plant galls, it could give some progress to this study.
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Ciao Valery,
Thank You wery much!

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