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Muscidae: Helina?

What is your doubts? If you use Huckett, 1965, the answer will be
Quadrularia laetifica = indeed H...

Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 15 November 2019 20:53:24
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Muscidae - Phaonia errans (?)

Hello Rosenvinge,

no need to worry about a specimen. You should follow the advice of Nikita.

I...

Posted by johnes81 on 07 September 2019 23:45:40
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

Once I sent to Jade Savage a Siberian specimen of Lispe uliginosa for this research. This is interes...

Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 22 August 2019 23:54:54
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

I am not a Biochemist and i use a third party for dna sequencing. I fully intend to enter this arena...

Posted by johnes81 on 22 August 2019 22:51:09
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

No worries John.
I agree its an interesting discussion :)

What about DNA analysis ?
Doesnt this...

Posted by skrylten on 22 August 2019 21:52:17
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

interesting conversation. I apologize for interrupting but i wanted to add support for Nikita.
I lo...

Posted by johnes81 on 22 August 2019 21:24:44
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

Good to know for an amateur like me.
Thanks again for your inout Nikita !

/Leif K...

Posted by skrylten on 22 August 2019 20:56:59
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

I found no reliable differences, well may be I searched badly. Hennig found only minor differences u...

Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 22 August 2019 20:39:09
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

I found a, for me, new feature to separate them in this Chinese paper https://www.tandfonline.com/do...

Posted by skrylten on 22 August 2019 19:31:03
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