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Mating hump-backed flies (Curtonotidae)
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Posted on 09-02-2018 20:18
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Found in Yasuni national park, Ecuador in April, 2017.
Any ID refinement would be most appreciated.

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Very nice! According to Klymko & Marshall, 2011 (Zootaxa 3079: 1-110; key, pp. 25-26, wing, Fig. 210, habitus, Fig. 9, the picture taken in Yasuni National Park, too), that's C. trypetipenne Hendel, 1913
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Bravo, Dima!
Paul, will you please, submit images in Gallery/
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09.02.18 11:00
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