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Chloropidae: Camarota curvipennis or better sp.? => Camarota curvipennis
Stella M
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Posted on 21-08-2019 22:07
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Found on 17-August-2019 near Worms, Rhineland, Germany, in a nature reserve established in an old limestone quarry walking around on the stones.
~3mm
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Correct, Stella!

Kind regards, Eric
 
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My first, I'm happy :-)
Thanks again, Eric!
Best wishes,
Stella
 
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The most recent publication on this peculiar species: Riccardi, P.R. & von Tschirnhaus, M. (2018): Revision of Camarota Meigen (Diptera: Chloropidae), with a new species from Uganda. - Zootaxa 4526: 221-232.
 
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Thank you!!! TumbsUp
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