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Elachiptera ?--> Eutropha fulvifrons
Lavendel
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Posted on 03-04-2020 17:25
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Hi,
It it possible to Id this specimen?
Found and collected in the dunes Holland Mrch 2020.
Thanks in advance!
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Sandra
 
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An other pic
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an other pic
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Antennae are wrong for Elachiptera. Sorry, no alternative for you.
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The collected specimen was send to Dr. Michael von Tschirnhaus on September 18th 2020.
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Eutropha fulvifrons (Haliday, 1833), Chloropidae, Chloropinae, all over Europe a typical fly in dunes and along sea coasts, larval substrate not yet clarified, speculations were partly published as if sure. Vein costa ends at tip of vein R4+5, very deep gena, darker and lighter specimens occur. Look for further posts in diptera.info.
 
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Many thanks for the identification!
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Sandra
 
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