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Hirtodrosophila trivittata (Drosophilidae) - was Yellowiish, dark markings, couple mm long from a f
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Posted on 10-08-2020 20:35
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Hi! - sorry for the terrible images.

Aspirated from a fungus on dead log. 2-3 mm long, pale with very dark patches on abdomen, and distinctive stripes on mesonotum.


It feels a *lot* like Drosophilidae to me, but I cannot tell if it is, let alone species. (Also found Leucophenga maculata on the same 'shroom!)
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Looks very like Hirtodrosophila trivittata (Drosophilidae) - not sure whether this has been recorded in Scotland before.
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Thank you! I knew it felt like a drosophilid!!

I should have said! Not Scotland, collected in East Sussex
 
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Still, a useful record of a species that appears to be spreading in Britain.
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