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Ephydridae, Belgium - Setacera ? Help needed
pjoris
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Posted on 18-02-2019 22:57
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Another one from Postel, Belgium. Suggestions ? Setacera, possibly ? Tx, Joris

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Tony Irwin
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Setacera species. I'd rather see a specimen to say which one.
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pjoris
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Thanks - so Setacera is correct. I'll see if I can get further with the key of Mathis.

However, I have several specimens from this location (m and f) so if you would be interested/willing to look at them, then I can mail them to you. In that case please send me a message.

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Some specimens will be coming your way - but based on the genitalia, my current best guess is S. breviventris

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Thanks, Joris - it does indeed look like breviventris
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