Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Clusiidae or Chloropidae ?

Posted by Roy on 06-01-2022 15:31
#1

Hello,
this fly found in the dike of a polder pose to me a problem of famly.Size : 3 mm.
At Barbâtre- west of France-07 10 2021

The appearance of the head seems curious but I can say if it is due to the examination or if it is natural.

Thanks by advance for its identification.

Best regards

Christian

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos294/big/Chloropidae-Barbatre-RNN%20Sebastopol-07%2010%202021_00001.jpg
roy : France : Barbâtre : 85630 : 07/10/2021
Altitude : 0 m - Taille : 3 mm.
Réf. : 294888

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos294/big/Chloropidae%20ad%20x%204-Barbatre-RNN%20Sebastopol-07%2010%202021_00001.jpg
roy : France : Barbâtre : 85630 : 07/10/2021
Altitude : 0 m - Taille : 3 mm.
Réf. : 294889

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos294/big/Chloropidae%20te%20th%20x%204-Barbatre-RNN%20Sebastopol-07%2010%202021_00001.jpg
roy : France : Barbâtre : 85630 : 07/10/2021
Altitude : 0 m - Taille : 3 mm.
Réf. : 294890

Posted by Tony Irwin on 06-01-2022 17:25
#2

It seems to have a well-developed anal vein, so I don't think Chloropidae. May be worth trying Psilidae?

Posted by Roy on 06-01-2022 18:20
#3

Ah ok.

We will try this family.

Thank you very much.

Best regards.

Christian

Posted by Roy on 07-01-2022 15:08
#4

Hello,
Chamaepsila unilineata was suggested yesterday on the "forum du monde des insectes" by Eugène Vdb.

Is it good ?

Best regards.

Christian

Posted by Tony Irwin on 07-01-2022 21:03
#5

Yes, that seems the most likely species from these photos.

Posted by Roy on 08-01-2022 08:08
#6

Thank you very much.

Best regards.

Christian