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Tephritidae: Trupanea stellata?
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Posted on 06-01-2019 17:28
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Hi,
This is a Tephritid from southwestern Brandenburg, seen in July 2015. According to the paper by Smit & Hamers (2006 (http://www.reposi...ent/159713) that gives a nice comparison of wing patterns I would name it Trupanea stellata. Do you agree?
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Yes, exactly!

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So I learned another new genus - the new year starts great! Thanks.
 
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