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Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 14-12-2019 20:41
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I found these flies on rotten Jackfruit. Males acted as territirial ones.
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Did you check if there is a row of thorns on the inner side of fore femur? This is a character of immigrans group, many Oriental species belong there.
 
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Yan,
av surface of f1 bears a complete row of short spines (in basal half they look more as setulae, in apical half as spines: shorter and stronger).
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Indeed, immigrans group, but I am unable to go further.
 
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Thank you, Jan
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