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Ulidiidae? Identification is possible.?
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Posted on 22-07-2020 23:36
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Photograph taken on July 22, 2020 in rustic farm with fruit trees, in Velez Benaudalla, Granada.
Mountain area about 20 kilometers from the Mediterranean coast
Apparent size with wings, about 4-6 mm

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Its general dusky colouration is more of Physiphora smaragdina (which you have already photographed from Granada) than P. alceae, but the fore tarsi are too much blurred to say that they are NOT creamy (entitrely black) basally. There is a slight whitish trace, which makes ID unsured.

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Nosferatumyia wrote:
Its general dusky colouration is more of Physiphora smaragdina (which you have already photographed from Granada) than P. alceae, but the fore tarsi are too much blurred to say that they are NOT creamy (entitrely black) basally. There is a slight whitish trace, which makes ID unsured.


I thank you very much for your answer.

The small insect was perched on the underside of a citrus leaf, in an elevated area. The photography equipment was not the most suitable either ... As a consequence, the photographs are not good and I could not collect the insect either ... I was struck by its color, very dark and with brown tones.
However, in case it helps, I add another photo that I took ... It is not a quality image either ... Frown
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