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Help ID: Delia sp.? male (Fam: Anthomyiidae)
MichelAngel
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Posted on 27-09-2019 13:26
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Hello everybody,

I find another Delia, but looks like different from D. platura, doesn't it? It was collected in a Merendera plant, Majorca. Body length: 4,5 mm.

Thank you very much in advance!

Miguel Ángel

Lateral view:
i.ibb.co/XW6H2Bw/image001x1-027.png

Hind tibia:
i.ibb.co/wLp1zqY/image001x1-028.png

Costa:
i.ibb.co/jLpgDtb/image001x1-029.png

Pregenital sternite:
i.ibb.co/5st2hSJ/image001x1-030.png

Male terminalia:
i.ibb.co/nfZzL3R/image001x1-031.png

i.ibb.co/MZbfDfh/image001x1-032.png
 
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Any idea?

Many thanks!
 
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From what I can see, it seems indeed D. platura , but if you have doubt, you can check if there are long hairs present on the mid metatarsus (mid tibia), ....if so, then it could be D. florilega

Johanna
 
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I have checked the mid metatarsus and I don't see the long hairs, so it could be Delia platura. I have the same doubt with this species: https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=92159. Could you help me?

Mid metatarsus:
i.ibb.co/dMQzwdq/image0072.png

Thank you very much, Johanna.

Miguel Ángel
 
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The specimen from your other thread, also seems to be D. platura

Johanna
 
MichelAngel
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Thank you very much for your help, Johanna.

Miguel Ángel

 
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