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Not even a family :-(
Eric Steckx
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Posted on 12-02-2018 19:43
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Aywaille (B), 17/6/2012.
Unfortunatly I have only this view (not the nervation!)
I tried Micropezidae, but found nothing ...
Can you help ?
Thank you.
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Paul Beuk
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I think you have something spectacular for Belgium: Strongylophthalmyia ustulata. I think unrecorded so far, new family for Belgium. Smile
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Eric Steckx
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Thank you Paul !
I didn't even know this family.
A very good news Smile
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Hello Eric Steckx,

That is very spectacular! It is indeed a Strongylophthalmyia ustulata. The thirds femur is entirely orange. Last year the species was first observed for the Netherlands. Currently there is a paper in press that reports the family new for the Netherlands.
Would you be interested to co-author a paper reporting this family new for Belgium on account of your photo?

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Eric Steckx
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Sure I'm ! Thank you.
I can send it to you in a better quality.
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whoa great find Eric!
congratulations!
 
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Super Eric
Informations about the biology here https://www.resea...ta_Diptera
 
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