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Drymeia? Muscidae
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Hi everyone,

I have quite a few of these specimens that via Manual of Central European Muscidae (Gregor et al) are coming up as Drymeia. Would others agree with this?

The element I'm struggling with is the proboscis - would this be described as long and slender? Because to me it looks quite short!

Thanks very much for any help!
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Species of Drymeia are usually black with black halteres, with several posterodorsal bristles on hind tibia, and with interfrontal bristles and one pair of proclinate orbital bristles in female.
 
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Looks like Phaonia angelicae
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Many thanks for the comments!
 
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29.03.21 09:55
@PaulBeuk Thanks again mate- very useful! Smile

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Greetings! Does anyone have: Satchell's 1947 paper: The larvae of the British species of Psychoda (Diptera: Psychodidae)??? Many thanks Smile

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Thanks Tony

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How do I submit photos for identification

23.02.21 10:02
Probably something in the file's 'ource data. I edited it and saved as png. Now it is okay.

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What happened to the picture in https://diptera.in
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@beateSenf you can check the coincident threads with your species and try to write to whom identified them

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