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Susan R Walter
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Posted on 12-06-2018 21:28
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Can anyone assist with a possible species for this sarcophagid? Taken by a friend on the Ile de Re, off the Atlantic coast of France, April 2018.
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Another view.
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Hello Susan,

Sarcophaga (Sarcophaga): long p, pv and v hairs on the hind tibia and 4 dc are visible. I have no doubt about Sarcophaga (Sarcophaga) sp. However, i think that only Dr. Pape could recommend a species without genitalia.

I have identified carnaria, variegata and lehmanni via genitalia. Dr. Pape confirmed two of them for me (I wasn't sure if i was seeing the genitalia correctly.) If this were from Central Europe, then i would suggest checking against carnaria or variegata. However, France may have other species.

I hope that you have a lovely evening. Smile

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John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Thanks John. I'll pass the information on.
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