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Heleomyzidae to ID -->Suillia affinis F
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In a Prunus armeniaca tree (24/4/2020, Spain: Girona: Beuda, 400 m).
Could it be a species of Suillia?

A row of spines on anterior side of Femur 2
1+4 dorsocentrals
black spots on transverse veins but without milky white spots on apex as in Suillia variegata
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Femurs II with 4-5 long internal bristles.
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Scutellum haired
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Mesopleuron apparently bare
Scutellum haired
Arista long plumose
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Nice pics! female of Suillia affinis TumbsUp.
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Many thanks! This species was not i n Séguy 1934 (Faune de France, 28), or it was with another synonym?
 
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I'm not sure... I Will check it ASAP. It is better to use Czerny keys (1904, 1924, 1935) but all of them are written in German only.
Edited by Andrzej on 26-11-2020 13:18
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