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Euxesta from Slovakia
Jozef Obona
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Posted on 15-11-2017 14:05
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Euxesta notata or Euxesta pechumani ?
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Euxesta notata. The female abdomen has yellow.
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31715949@N00
Jozef Obona
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Dear John,
please do you have a key or some literary data about this species?
it can by the first record for Slovakia
and second (?) for Europe Smile

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316555157_Rediscovery_of_Nearctic_Invader_Euxesta_notata_Diptera_Ulidiidae_in_Europe
 
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It is the first record from Slovakia and the second from Europe. I was going to publish a short key to 3 or four species recorded in Europe.

Apparently the keys of Curran in 1930s were the most recent

If you like, we can join your record with my data and a key in the same paper.

Find my e-mail in the mentioned paper.
Val
 
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Italy: https://diptera.i...d_id=75266
Germany: https://diptera.i...d_id=68368
An image from Ukraine, since deleted, had yellow on abdomen: https://diptera.i...d_id=64690
 
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Dear Valery and John,
many thanks for info Smile

Jozef
 
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John Carr wrote:
An image from Ukraine, since deleted, had yellow on abdomen: https://diptera.i...d_id=64690

That is what I warn people about when they post images hosted on external servers. Most often when I encounter a thread that has no image(s) anymore I delete it. Be warned!
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i56.photobucket.com/albums/g178/Ectemnius/IMG_20180611_144058_zpsfz4nrgce.jpg

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As I cannot post OR include photo's anymore the three links above (euh, now it works... awkward).

Is this Euxesta notata?

The specimens are from a appleorchard 31-10-2017 Monheurt, France
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The photos added 11-06-2018 08:53 (U.S. time) can be called Euxesta notata. The only doubt is, somebody should revise the group notata+pechumani+anna to make sure the color characters are reliable. Of those three species as currently understood, only notata has a female with yellow-tipped adbdomen.
 
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So, this is the third European record now.
Val
 
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Hi John & Nosferatumyia,

Thanks for the confirmation. I will publish the record together with three other new Diptera species to France. I will include a photo of the male genitalia.

Kind regards,

Ectemnius
 
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There was also another finding of this species in Gernany at Schwetzingen, see http://www.entomo...ead=341247
My diptera videos: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User %3APristurus/gallery/Diptera
 
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Ectemnius wrote:
Hi John & Nosferatumyia,

Thanks for the confirmation. I will publish the record together with three other new Diptera species to France. I will include a photo of the male genitalia.

Kind regards,

Ectemnius


In some Tephritoidea, the female oviscape and aculeus also have taxonomic value.
 
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