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Manuel Moro
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Posted on 03-04-2020 22:01
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Could someone help me identifying these Tephritidae? The photo was made in Aldeacentenera, Extremadura, Spain, on 1.04.2020
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Terellia longicauda or serratulae (males cannot be IDd with certainty based on photo)

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Second photo of Manuel's Terellia.

Hi Nosferatumyia, due to computer issues Manuel was not able to upload the photos himself.


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And a third...
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It is suspiciously cyan, like T. longicauda, but has wings w/o brownish shade, like in T. serratulae. The key characters, are. however, the length of female ovipositor and or a few microscopic setulae on female genitalia.
Or at least the host plant.
Otherwise -- no way to tell.
And yep, the banded eye pattern is marvellous and mellow, and is present only in these two terellia species...
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