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Lauxaniidae? Calliopum tuberculosum
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Posted on 13-08-2019 13:40
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Berlin - July 2018 - 4mm

Hello everyone,

I'm having trouble with this one. For one thing, the eyes are striped. Another problem is the lack of spots on the abdomen. I really don't know where this one belongs. I count 8 irregular rows of ac hairs. I think it is Lauxaniidae. The darkened abdomen is strange. Some bristles seem to be missing. Any suggestions?

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John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
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Calliopum tuberculosum (formerly Sapromyza halidayi)
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Hello and Thank you, Paul.

I should've checked the gallery. I thought about Calliopum but my list is outdated and only contains dark species. I didn't know it was formerly Sapromyza either, so i didn't try to key it. My apologies. I should've figured this out myself.

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John
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currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
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