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Chloropidae indet.
caliprobola
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Posted on 08-03-2019 15:18
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Hi fly people,

this one doesn't seem to key out with the fennoskandia key. It is form NW France, coastal habitat (foredunes), so could wel be not in the key...
There is a row of 5-6 Orb of which 2 are clearly bigger,
poc are crossed,
oc are seemingly missing (but can well be broken off),
no hairs on the ocelar triangle,
ocelar triangle is dark, shining in top halve, wrinkled in post half
arista is slightly thickened and clearly pubescent (hairs longer than width of arista)
first flagellomere is reniform, yellow but darkened at top side and at root of arista
Scutum is dark brown, evenly punctuated, with vague brownish stripes on scutum and pleura paler.
Setae on scutellum are not on ampullae, apical setae are a bit closer to subapical than to each other
Costal vein reaching vein M

thanks for any suggestion!
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Posted on 08-03-2019 15:19
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Head, better detail
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caliprobola
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lateral view
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lateral view, detail
forgot to mention the long palpae
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caliprobola
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Posted on 11-03-2019 11:36
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Hi all, monday morning so maybe someone has a fresh view on this fly SmileGrin
 
caliprobola
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Posted on 18-03-2019 14:47
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A new monday, a new reminder TumbsUp
 
Jan Maca
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Posted on 19-03-2019 22:27
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I am not a specialist. But if you simply count only the large orbitals, it seems to be an Elachiptera.
 
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