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Meigenia uncinata male = confirmed

Berlin - mid August - Microscope

I believe that this species is Meigenia
I've used Tschorsn...

Posted by johnes81 on 23 August 2017 16:29:29
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Meigenia dorsalis? (Meigenia cf. dorsalis)

Theo thank you very much....

Posted by Mucha Fero on 06 November 2013 11:57:51
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Meigenia dorsalis? (Meigenia cf. dorsalis)

A Meigenia indeed.
Species can only be recognized by the male genitalia.


Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 04 November 2013 10:10:16
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Meigenia dorsalis? (Meigenia cf. dorsalis)

Tachinidae_Meigenia dorsalis is the correct name? Region Malá Fatra Terchová about altitude cca 8...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 04 November 2013 08:58:20
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Tachinidae 8-> Meigenia mutabilis group

Thank you Erikas,

Which species of the three Meigenia (M. dorsalis, mutabilis, uncinata) known fr...

Posted by Jan Wind on 18 January 2013 12:22:05
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Bactromyia aurulenta? (Meigenia dorsalis)

neprisikiski wrote:
It looks like a female Meigenia dorsalis, but females never can be identified f...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 20 August 2011 19:20:13
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Bactromyia aurulenta? (Meigenia dorsalis)

It looks like a female Meigenia dorsalis, but females never can be identified for certain....

Posted by neprisikiski on 20 August 2011 18:45:41
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Bactromyia aurulenta? (Meigenia dorsalis)

Mucha Fero wrote:...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 20 August 2011 05:12:53
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