Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Neoepitriptus inconstans from Marv√£o - PORTUGAL

Posted by Quaedfliegh on 08-09-2014 15:24
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I'm afraid it is not an Antphrisson species....because this creature has setae on the hind edges of the abdominal segments. Engel refers to Machimus aberrans as similar to Antiphrisson but with setae. A. trifarius in its normal form would have black setae in the lower part of the mystax.

Your fly has another strong character which rules out M aberrans, it has setae on the underside of femur 1! This creature should be identifiable when we know the genus. It is puzzling me??????

Could you add pictures of the wings?

Edited by Quaedfliegh on 08-09-2014 15:26