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Sciapus platypterus?
johnes81
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Posted on 13-08-2019 13:20
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Berlin - June 2018 - 4mm female

Hello everyone,

I don't work much with Dolicho, so i am not sure if my id is correct. I tried to key it several times but it is difficult to follow the keys. I think a male is easier. Anyway, could someone confirm this id or suggest something better? or should this be Sciapus sp without a specimen?

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John
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is the genus Sciapus correct?
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Sciapus sp.
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Posted on 11-09-2019 14:04
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Thank you very much, Sir Igor.

I forgot that you are a member here. I have your keys and i remember now that you have a very nice website for Dolichopodidae. I'll have to find the bookmark and start using it more often.

Best wishes,
John
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