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Drosophila NL-> D. tristis confirmed
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Posted on 25-06-2020 20:01
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Yesterday I caught this Drosophila on a bleeding tree in Kruiningen, the Netherlands. I think there is no other option than Drosophila tristis, but I might be wrong, because in literature I read that this species doesn't have shaded crossveins. In this specimen, the crossvein is definitely shaded. Is this possible in Drosophila tristis or am I looking at a different species?
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Combs on the tarsi
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Looks okay for tristis.
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Thank you!
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
 
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