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Ulidiidae > Euxesta notata
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Posted on 13-10-2019 12:50
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Hi,

Center of France (Loiret) oct. 13th 2019.
I feel it looks Ulidiidae and I ask if Euxesta hyalipennis is possible ?
Thanks for help.

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I may be wrong, but I think E. hyalipennis is found in Polynesia only. I think this is more likely to be E. notata, which has been recorded in Switzerland. E. pechumani is another possibility. Put Ulidiidae in the subject to attract Valery.
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Euxesta notata -- wing with apical spot and smaller spot near end of R1, tip of female abdomen yellow.
 
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Thanks both.
E. hyalipennis is mentioned by french Museum, including in France : https://inpn.mnhn...nom/645345

E. notata is not mentioned by french Museum nor FE but I know nothing about it !
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The Euxesta+Chaetopsis group needs revision. It is possible what is considered to be E. notata in Europe needs a different name.
 
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Eugene - the hyalipennis webpage you gave has an "absente" symbol over France - the blue dot is just over Polynesia.
E. notata has not been recorded from France, as far as I know, but here is a link to the Swiss record - https://www.resea..._in_Europe
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Sorry Tony you are quite right.
I agree with E. notata
Thanks again
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It is certainly E. notata.
An analysis of invasion of Euxesta, with a key to species, is in progress.
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Valery, maybe this is of interest to you. I think I found this species in Southern Hungary as well.

2019-06-14, on a dead a Helix pomatia, alluvial forest on the banks of the Mureș river near Makó.
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Thanks Valery and Pristurus for confirmation and additional details
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