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Tephritidae ID -> Oxyna parietina
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Posted on 09-01-2019 20:22
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Hi,

found that this fly is still undetermined. Found in early May in urban Vienna, infos about the associated plant I cannot give unfortunately. Is this Oxyna parietina female?

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Cheers,
Lorin
Edited by Carnifex on 10-01-2019 00:13
Cheers, Lorin

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Posted on 09-01-2019 21:27
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Dear Lorin,

Yes, it is Oxyna parietina, for its females always have such a "pantherine" wing pattern, whereas the other two common species have females with darker wings.
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Thanks!
Cheers, Lorin

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