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Heleomyzidae id -> Suillia sp
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From southern Sweden 2020 05 21

Is id possible?

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Hello,

the spined wing margins suggest Heleomyzidae to me (Suillia?). But I am no expert.
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Hi,
You'r probable right Juergen!
I'll change the title..

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Suillia bicolor, I reckon.
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Thanks Paul!


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Hmm, it is a male of Suiliia but I'm not sure because of big costal spines...
I can not also see the ventral hook at the fore first tarsomere Frown. Maybe Suillia pallida? Could you be so kind and check the gonostyli?
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Environmental Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Unfortunately was not the fly collected, so i guess we leave it unidentified!

Martin
 
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It's a pity Frown Did you have a better picture concerning the postabdominal structures? In my opinion, gonostylus is rather curved than finger-like (as in pallida-species group).
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Environmental Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Nope, no more (or better) pics of this fly.
I'll remember this until next time..

Martin
 
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