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Heleomyzidae > Trixoscelis sp. (female) OK
Maherjos
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Posted on 20-10-2020 11:29
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Photograph taken on 20 October 2020, trap of light for moths placed in house of the urban center of Motril, Granada, Spain
Immediate area of the Mediterranean coast.
Apparent length including wings only about 3mm

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Thanks in advance for any help!
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Heleomyzidae, I think
 
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Trixoscelis
 
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kevin_cheng wrote:
Heleomyzidae, I think


John Carr wrote:
Trixoscelis


Very grateful to both of you for your help in identifying this little dipteran.
I have collected it, so I can take pictures of some detail of the insect that allows to advance in its identification.

Kind regards from the south of Spain,
Jose Marin
 
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It is a female specimen. If you catch a male I'll find time to make a proper ID.
So,Trixoscelis sp.
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Environmental Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Andrzej wrote:
It is a female specimen. If you catch a male I'll find time to make a proper ID.
So,Trixoscelis sp.


Very grateful for your help.
I take your kind offer into consideration and I hope to be lucky enough to be able to photograph and collect some male Trixoscelis, so that I can send it to you.

Best regards from southern Spain.
Jose Marin
 
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