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ID Please ? in Turkey
FurkanEren
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Posted on 29-04-2019 20:14
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Stratiomys sp. but I don't know this species
 
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The antennae are too short for Stratiomys. This is an Odontomyia, probably O. ornata
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Thanks Tony. I agree with you. Odontomyia ornata
 
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ı think leg is different from Odontomyia ornata. Odontomyia annulata ?
 
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Thank you so much Tony. It was very descriptive.

What can you say about this species?

https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=91164

 
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This one has proved a bit difficult, but you were right to question my original suggestion. This is Odontomyia cephalonica, distinguished by a sharp triangular process on the hind tarsi (4th segment). This shows very well on the right hand side (dorsal shot). The reduced markings on tergite 4 are typical.
Having identified the species, it's clear that I imagined seeing vein M3, which is where I got muddled before.
Edited by Tony Irwin on 21-07-2019 22:44
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I want to connect with you on facebook. I think the genre is a pretty tough one. You say Odontomyia cephalonica. I can't say anything about it but but it looks right.
 
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