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Malaysian Dolichopodidae
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Posted on 08-11-2017 22:57
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Found July 2017, Ulu Gomback valley, peninsular Malaysia, rainforest habitat. Captured at night, on a root hair over hanging a stream. Unfortunately there are no pre-dissection photos, or better quality ones of the fly itself. Its abdomen was very small and stubby. Also shown in the images are it's testes (small orange/brown spheres) and accessory glands (one broken).
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Testes and accessory glands
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I'm fairly sure this is Dolichopodidae, rather than Drosophilidae.
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Malaysia has a lot of Chaetogonopteron spp. with similar habitus. Hind basitarsus seems shortened, please check. Antenna shape is rare in Doli, can be met in Chaetogonopteron, Acropsilus, Chrysotus.
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