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Brazilian Phoridae
Miudo
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Posted on 27-03-2021 15:42
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I got a nice sequence of photos of a Phoridae fly trying to lay eggs on Bombus and other type of bees.

Trying to thin down the identification to Genus or species level if possible.

Location: South Brazil near Uruguay.

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Thanks in advance.
 
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I passed it on to Brian Brown
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Melaloncha, possibly M. ronnai
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Posted on 17-04-2021 22:58
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Wow, thanks a lot Paul and mr. Brown.

I found a recent article about the species. (they have images for the adult forms)
https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/rfc/article/view/53180/54883

I'll upload one of these pics to the gallery as well. I think a cropped version of the flying one is the best but I'm open to suggestions.
 
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