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Suillia (Heleomyzidae) - help with species
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Posted on 14-11-2017 20:03
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Hi,
in a vinegar trap to catch Drosophila, I found a male and a female Suillia. As it is not S. variegata, the species will be difficult to determine, and I haven't found a key that is open access. Does anybody know of one?
I kept the two specimina and I am interested in determining them, so help would be very much appreciated. As the genitals are quite prominent, I took some pictures of them - maybe this could give a hint or narrow down the possible species?

The flies were caught in the inner city of Vienna.

Greetings,
Lorin
 
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here is the male

https://static.in...1509403639
https://static.in...1510684347
https://static.in...1510684355
Edited by Carnifex on 14-11-2017 20:07
 
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Posted on 14-11-2017 20:09
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and here the female

https://static.in...1509403647
https://static.in...1509403806
 
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http://online-key...?key_no=19
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S. affinis
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Posted on 05-01-2018 20:00
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Hey Andrzej, I missed your post and just saw it right now. Thanks for your identification.
Also thanks for the key, Paul. Will try to comprehend the determination based on the key.
Cheers!
 
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