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Chloropid Fly of genus?
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Posted on 05-02-2020 11:02
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Dear all, please help me in identifying this fly of the chloropidae family. Size 2 mm Germany, dune inland habitat
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Posted on 07-02-2020 17:48
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Centorisoma elegantulum Becker, 1910. (= Lagaroceras granulosum Becker, 1910), Chloropidae, Chloropinae, male. One of the rare chloropids in Europe; Wendt published three findings in eastern Germany, two detections in northern and southern Germany are in print. Flies of the genus look a bit like Cetema species. The genus is closely related to Lagaroceras Becker and difficult to distinguish from it. 21 further valid Centorisoma species are known from Kazakhstan, Sibiria, Mongolia, China, Korea and Japan, 12 of them described after 2004.
 
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Posted on 10-02-2020 08:27
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Dear Michael, thanks very much for the identification of this fly. Regards, Andreas
 
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