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Tachinidae - Ceranthia
Pierre-Yves
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Posted on 23-02-2018 20:21
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Hello everybodies,

I need your help to identify this male of Ceranthia sp. caught in French Brittany

body :

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos200/big/ceranthia profil 1.jpg
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Guengat : 29180 : 03/09/2016
Altitude : NR - Taille : 3-4 mm
Réf. : 200396

Thorax where I see 3+3 dc but maybe it's a mistake :

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos200/big/ceranthia thorax 1.jpg
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Guengat : 29180 : 03/09/2016
Altitude : NR - Taille : 3-4 mm
Réf. : 200397

Wing :

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos200/big/Ceranthia aile.jpg
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Guengat : 29180 : 03/09/2016
Altitude : NR - Taille : 3-4 mm
Réf. : 200398

Abdomen :

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos200/big/ceranthia abdomen face dorsale.jpg
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Guengat : 29180 : 03/09/2016
Altitude : NR - Taille : 3-4 mm
Réf. : 200399

Thank you

Pierre-Yves
Edited by Pierre-Yves on 23-02-2018 20:36
 
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Posted on 24-02-2018 09:45
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The palps are wide?
I think Aphantorhaphopsis.
 
Pierre-Yves
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Posted on 24-02-2018 14:23
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Hello Christophe ! and thank you,

The palps are wide?
I think Aphantorhaphopsis.


I don't find than palps are wide, i see them rather thin. What do you think ?
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos200/big/ceranthia palpe apres traitement.jpg
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Guengat : 29180 : 03/09/2016
Altitude : NR - Taille : 3-4 mm
Réf. : 200423

I think it's realy a Ceranthia sp.. I see 3dc (but it's maybe a mistake), in this case it could be C. abdominalis (r4+5 with bristlets only to r-m and r1 bare) but in this specie the abdomen is dark. My fly have orange and dark abdomen ... I'm a little lost.

Pierre-Yves
 
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Posted on 24-02-2018 21:14
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in abdominalis males, the abdomen looks exactly like in this one !

Theo
 
Pierre-Yves
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Posted on 25-02-2018 20:04
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Thank you Theo !

Ceranthia abdominalis is confirmed ?
We have realy 3+3 dc ?

Pierre-Yves
 
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Posted on 26-02-2018 11:50
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Well, confirmed is difficult from pictures, but I would definitely think this is the male of C. abdominalis.


Theo
 
Pierre-Yves
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Posted on 28-02-2018 17:43
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Thank you very much Theo !

Pierre-Yves
 
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