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Mycetophilidae > Phronia conformis
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Posted on 29-01-2019 23:15
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Hi,

For a friend from Cagnes-sur-Mer (French Côte d'Azur) on january 2019.
Larvae and imago which look like Phrosia species ♀
Lateral ocelli touching eye margin
Fine setae of tibia in regular rows
Somebody to confirm, or not ?
Thanks in advance.

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38730-32-34-35M1.b250-150r485.4%20-%20Coelosia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20larve%20st.%20Lu%20D0h%2036%20x%20155%20mm%20sous%20planchette%20-%20jardin.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 18/01/2019
Altitude : 30 m - Taille : 3,6 x 1,55 mm
Réf. : 222092

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38791-93M1.b240-150r48.A%20-%20Coelosia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20Dipteres%20-%20Insectes%20-%20imago%20..%20I01j%20D92j%20La%2031%20mm%20Lc%2033%20mm%20-%20ENR.2019.01%20jardin.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 27/01/2019
Altitude : 35 m - Taille : ~ 3,1 mm (La) & 3,3 mm (Lc)
Réf. : 222461

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38785-94M1.c180-150r475.1%20-%20Coelosia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20Dipteres%20-%20Insectes%20-%20imago%20..%20I01j%20D92j%20La%2031%20mm%20Lc%2033%20mm%20-%20ENR.2019.01%20jardin.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 27/01/2019
Altitude : 35 m - Taille : ~ 3,1 mm (La) & 3,3 mm (Lc)
Réf. : 222462

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38826R3.-15b180-150r485.9%20-%20Phronia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20imago%20A%20F%20I18j%20D109j%20La%2031%20mm%20Lc%2033%20mm%20v.%20aile%20D%20-%20ENR.2019.01-A%20jardin.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 29/01/2019
Altitude : 35 m - Taille : ~ 3,1 mm (La) & 3,3 mm (Lc)
Réf. : 222513
Edited by evdb on 22-04-2019 10:13
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Posted on 30-01-2019 08:29
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Phronia is correct. Almost impossible to identify to species level from pictures, entirely impossible when they are females.
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Thanks a lot Paul for me and my friend
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Posted on 06-02-2019 17:41
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Paul, here is a male from the same site.
If the picture is not suffisant to get species my friend is able to send you the specimen.

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38973-75M1.b230-150r487.4%20-%20Phronia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20imago%20D%20M%20I3h%20Lc%20345%20mm%20La%20305%20mm%20v.%20ventr.%20-%20ENR.2019.01-D.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 03/02/2019
Altitude : 30 m - Taille : 3,45 mm (Lc) & 3,05 mm (La)
Réf. : 222844

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/NB38990-92M1.c180-120r48.1%20-%20Phronia%20..%20Mycetophilidae%20-%20imago%20D%20M%20I3h%20Lc%20345%20mm%20La%20305%20mm%20-%20ENR.2019.01-D.jpg
Pierre Gros : France : Cagnes-sur-Mer : 06800 : 03/02/2019
Altitude : 30 m - Taille : 3,45 mm (Lc) & 3,05 mm (La)
Réf. : 222845
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Microscopic ID is necessary...
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I received the specimens today and as it happens I identified the same species just last week and it has quite distinctive genitalia: Phronia conformis. According to Fauna Europaea it is known from France.
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Very nice Paul !
I relay the good news.
Thank you very much for both of us.
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25.07.19 15:13
@Paul Beuk Thanks mate!! Best wishes!

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Where are the meaning abbreviations of Lindner's series Die Fliegen der Palaearktischen Region, ie. f1: anterior femur, ...and what about "p"? (I don't possess volume I)

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Yup, you can view the wing from above (dorsal side) and from beneath (ventral side).

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Hey Dipterists! Quick Question: Vein r2+3 bare beneath. I've always assumed that this is below as in when you look at the wing flat. Am I right? Thank youuuuu! Pfft

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