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Micropezidae - Neria cibaria ? - in Turkey
Darwyn Sumner
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Posted on 15-05-2019 07:29
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From the known European species it can be narrowed down to Neria cibaria, N. commutata or N. femoralis because of the frons colour, short palpi, colour of the humeri, mesonotum and pleura (all grey-dusted black) and the single ring on the mid femora.
A good side image of the genitalia would help after that, they do look rather small.
There are diagrams at http://micropezid...m/20/media and http://micropezid...m/21/media and http://micropezid...m/24/media which might help I don't favour N. femoralis as it has huge genitalia.
The current Turkish list is at http://micropezid...o/node/330 so you've got a new species for the country.
 
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Thank you very much Darwyn.I know this is a new species in Turkey.2.new species I have taken in the last 1 week.I have the kind of sample.I'm gonna take it with the camera but on Friday I will shoot with a microscope.I think it will help me.
It seems to me like N.ciberia, but now comes closer to N.Femoralis.
 
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I think Neria cibaria the fly so new spieces for Turkey but your idea is important.
 
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Looks good to me Furkan.
I've updated the Turkish list at http://micropezid...o/node/330
The Lat/Long coordinates would be useful to know (just use Google Earth) as Turkey is such a big country and very different West and East
 
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Yes but my name is false Smile My name is Furkan EREN Wink
 
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So sorry. I've fixed that now.
I'm not usually so careless as my forename is so often spelled incorrectly Smile

Good hunting
 
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