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#1 | Andre on 21 November 2005 23:12:10
Are you sure it's not merdaria? A close look at the antennae helps.
#2 | Paul Beuk on 22 November 2005 08:17:41
The base of the arista seems to be darkened, hence fimetaria.
#3 | Andre on 23 November 2005 01:14:32
It LOOKS dark to me too... but since the pic is a little vage there, I wanted to be carefull.. that's all. Frown
#4 | Robert Nash on 24 November 2005 12:46:03
Hard to say. But a very nice picture Ben, capturing the odd soft, waxy appearance of Psila. A good angle for the vertexand scutellar chaetae too.
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