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Alliopsis silvestris ? (was Anthomyiidae?)
kurt
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Is it possible to tell which genus and spieces this male are.
Photo from 19 June 2017 Icktjärn 62 N, E 17 Ångermanland, Sweden.

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Alliopsis silvestris ?
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Alliopsis silvestris ?


Probably. This one is male (plain fore tarsi).
 
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Thanks for your help Stephane and John
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On this photo we can see a relative long pv on the hindtibia.
There are 5 species with a pv seta above middle of the hindtibia.
A. borealis, billbergi, denticauda, silvestris and teriolensis.
All species except A. borealis are present in Sweden.
Looking at the visible characteristics I agree with Alliopsis silvestris.

In your other thread, we can't see the pv on t3, but I think it also is A. silvestris female

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Thanks for your help Johanna
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