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Stratiomyidae Odontomyia ID => Odontomyia tigrina
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Posted on 13-03-2018 15:48

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Russia, Kirov region. 18.06.2017.

Edited by Woodmen on 14-03-2018 17:46
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Posted on 13-03-2018 18:04

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My guess is O. tigrina, female. (But I am no expert!)

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Posted on 14-03-2018 09:06

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O. tigrina has spines at apex of scutellum?
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Posted on 14-03-2018 14:53

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Yes, the meaning of Odontomyia is something like "toothed fly" Smile
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Posted on 14-03-2018 17:45

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If there is no objection, then let it be Odontomyia tigrina.Smile
Thank you very much, Henrik!

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