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Drosophila sp. from Madrid (Spain) -> Drosophila (Sophophora), melanogaster group
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Posted on 30-01-2018 11:13

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Drosophila (Sophophora), melanogaster group. Four species occur in Spain: melanogaster, simulans, ananassae and suzukii. Do not know which one is it.
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I think the second image would have shown the ovipositor if it were suzukii, so I do not hink it is that species. And isn't ananassae a paler species?

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Thanks again Jan, and thanks Paul.
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