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Unidentified --> Mycetophilidae
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Posted on 11-10-2017 22:50

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Thank you!
Edited by gertvanheghe on 12-10-2017 19:40
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Thank you, John!
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It is Neoempheria, but difficult to tell more. It does not look like any European species.
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16.10.17 14:24
Hello Can any1 give me a link to this journal pls? zool. J. Moscow Thx

10.10.17 14:39
Thanks again Paul, looks like a ditto

10.10.17 10:35

09.10.17 14:12
Sorry to bother- from a German book - desgl. can anyone give me the full name of the abbrev. and what it means?

06.10.17 15:03
For any1 who is interested in this article http://www.zoboda.

06.10.17 15:00
That's great thank you Paul

06.10.17 09:23
Older records (<1986) may refer to Phaonia meigeni Pont, 1986. Misidentification of earlier authors.

06.10.17 08:36
He synonymizes Anthomyia lugubris with Aricia morio which is now Phaonia morio.

06.10.17 08:34
Pont, A.C., 1986. A revision of the Fanniidae and Muscidae described by J.W.Meigen (Insecta: Diptera). in Annln naturh. Mus. Wien (B ), 87: 197-253.

05.10.17 14:19
Hello, does any1 have a ference that proves Aricia lugubris is Phaonia lugubris Thx

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