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Tephritidae - Tephritis? --> Tephritis cf. crepidis
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Posted on 17-10-2019 15:33

Location: Germany / Bergstrasse /Odenwald
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Hallo together, who can help me with the identification of this Tephritis?

Maybe T. bardanae?

Many thanks for an answer !

locality: Germany Odenwald - about 300 m altitude
fotodate: 25.07.2012

Best Regards Jochen
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Edited by jojo on 18-10-2019 09:07
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Posted on 17-10-2019 19:34
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Looks like T. conyzifoliae or T. crepidis.
Unfortunately, it needs male genitalia to be examined (preglans spinose or bare) to tell, what is what
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Posted on 18-10-2019 09:06

Location: Germany / Bergstrasse /Odenwald
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Thank you very much, Val. With this information I think it´s probable T. crepidis, because there have not been any finds of T. conyzifoliae in Germany so far.
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Posted on 18-10-2019 22:51
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conyzifoliae certainly must be found in German Alps
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