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Jorge Iriberri
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Hola! Agradeceré id de este díptero, de aprox 7mm. abundante en primavera y verano en provincia de Buenos Aires Argentina. Creo que es del género Maculantrops
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otra vista
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y para ver la cabeza lateral
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Sphaeroceridae, but I do not know which one.
 
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Subfamily Archiborboridae, possibly Maculantrops hirtipes or close
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Probably Maculantrops hirtipes. The other species in the genus is named altiplanus, suggesting it belongs to the altiplano.
 
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Muchas gracias John Carr , Tony Irwin y Jan Maca!!!
Edited by Jorge Iriberri on 15-04-2019 22:39
 
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