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Stratiomys longicornis <=
Gansucha
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Posted on 26-05-2019 19:44
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Ukraine, Rivne region, on May 18.
Is it true I think that the Stratiomys longicornis female is a photo?
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Edited by Gansucha on 29-05-2019 21:08
 
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Yes, it is.
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Thank you !!!
 
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Sorry, I'm worried again, but there's also the thought that it might be Microdon sp. I do not think so, but confirmation is needed ...
 
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Gansucha wrote:

Sorry, I'm worried again, but there's also the thought that it might be Microdon sp. I do not think so, but confirmation is needed ...


It has a small discal cell and short costa, typical of Stratiomyidae.
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31715949@N00
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Thanks again to John !
 
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