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Which Ogcodes? => Acrocera orbiculus
Ingrid Altmann
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Posted on 09-02-2019 19:16
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Hello,
I think this should be Ogcodes. Is it possible to say more?

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near Furth im Wald, Bavarian Forest, Germany.

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This is a member of Acroceridae, but not Ogcodes, as the antennae sit close to the vertex and not close to the mouth margin. With the key in Weinberg & Bächli (1997) https://www.googl...VvVoMLvxcl I arrive at Paracrocera orbicula that is often included in Acrocera (see https://diptera.i...d_id=74358)
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Oh yes that looks much better! Thank you very much, also for the interesting links.

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Another question:
Is the valid Name now Acrocera orbiculus?
 
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What is valid ? Most recent authors do not accept Paracrocera as a genus.

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In their paper of 2002 (https://www.googl...sIyRdqSHjs) Weinberg & Bächli accept the argumentation by Nartshuk (2000) and agree that Paracrocera is a junior synonym of Acrocera. So Acrocera orbiculus is correct.
 
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Thank you very much!
 
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