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Ulidiidae?
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 08-11-2019 20:36
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Mordovia (Centr. European Russia) Mordovsky NR, 54.72°N 43.23°E, 7.07.2019
Someinvasive Ulidiid?
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Try the review of Myennidini by Kameneva and Korneyev (2006).
 
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The wing pattern matches the illustration of Pseudotephritis millepunctata in figures 8 and 9.
 
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Thank you, John!
I believe you are right: https://sigma-nature-vlog.blogspot.com/2014/11/blog-post_49.html
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Looks like I have already IDd this species from Mordovia very recently for Libor Dvorak -- perhaps the guy who collected it was asking Libor first.
And yes, I have confirmed it is P. millepunctata, the first record from Europe.
The publication of a short paper seem to be expected. I am not joining them as a coauthor. Just acknowledgements.
Edited by Nosferatumyia on 09-11-2019 11:09
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