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Drosophila spec (NL)
KoenVerhoogt
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Posted on 26-09-2019 08:56
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Caught this Drosophila species in a beer trap in a mixed forest in the middle of the Netherlands, but I can't find the correct name for it. Any ideas here?
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Koen
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Paul Beuk
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Has the makings of a rather teneral Drosophila subobscura. In that case usually one one large seta on each palp, occasionally an additional short one.
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You are correct Paul, it has one large seta on the palp, thanks!
 
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