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Allophorocera or Zenillia
KimGH
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It should of course be the classic Papilio fly Buquetia, but it does not fit.
Could you please redo the last picture, but then with the scutellum in focus ? I need to see the scutellar marginal bristles.

Thanks

By the way, classic question: eyes are bare, right ?


Theo
 
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Yes. eyes bare.

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Ah ! One apicalmis broken ! Definitely not Buquetia.
I need to work on this one.

Theo
 
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