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July 29, 2007, Vostochnyi settlement, Naro-Fominsk district, Moscow region, Russia.

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#1 | michal tkoc on 20 October 2007 18:17:17
Agathomyia elegantula (dahlbomi form) would be a better name. Don?t you think?
#2 | jorgemotalmeida on 21 October 2007 22:38:58
i'm curious with the reasons. Smile Can you tell us, please? Why not A. dahlbomi? I suppose this is a female due the dichoptic eyes.
#3 | Dmitry Gavryushin on 24 October 2007 18:09:10
Personally, I follow Shatalkin's opinion that it's a good species, while Mr. Chandler considers it a colour form of A. elegantula.
#4 | michal tkoc on 26 October 2007 17:46:37
Yes, sure, It's female. If you follow Shatalkin, I think it's ok, but I was following Chandler's nomenclature, that's all :].
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