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Please. help determine the type
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Posted on 28-11-2019 14:33
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Mordovia (Centr. European Russia) Mordovsky NR 29.05-1.07
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Look maybe in Stegana sp. (Drosophilidae) ?

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Yes, Stegana. Can you manage a picture with the head in good lateral view?
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Subgenus Steganina, likely to be coleoptrata
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Thanks What signs can confirm belonging to this group?
 
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Steganaon account of the darkened wings that are cruved and held over the abdomen and last radial vein and medial vein being convergent towards wing margin; Steganina because the highest diameter of the wing is not on a vertical axis but on an oblique one. S. coleoptrata is supposedly the darkest species in the subgenus.
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Thank you very much
 
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Wing length 4 mm, maybe this Stegana (Steganina) mehadiae Duda?
 
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