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Melanogaster

Hello,

Couls this female be Melanogaster nuda ?

I don't see any long hairs on the thorax, ...

Posted by Jessica on 09 June 2021 12:37:31
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Cheilosia variabilis? female (was Melanogaster aerosa?)

Hi Stephen,

I might get Stubbs & Falks when the new revised book comes out probably next year...

Posted by blowave on 09 June 2011 14:02:03
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Cheilosia variabilis? female (was Melanogaster aerosa?)

blowave wrote:
Do you have any syrphidae keys? I've bought the Mark van Veen book. I think th...

Posted by Stephen R on 09 June 2011 11:44:18
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Cheilosia variabilis? female (was Melanogaster aerosa?)

I think this could be Cheilosia variabilis, I had a male on the 19th May. It doesn't have the w...

Posted by blowave on 08 June 2011 21:13:19
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Cheilosia variabilis? female (was Melanogaster aerosa?)

Thank you Menno! I have checked the key for C. vernalis, the hairs on the hind margin of the scutel...

Posted by blowave on 08 June 2011 20:37:56
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Cheilosia variabilis? female (was Melanogaster aerosa?)

This is a female Cheilosia, don't know which one (possibly C. vernalis). In female Melanogaster,...

Posted by Menno Reemer on 08 June 2011 19:55:56
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Some flies preserved in ethanol and then pinned often get the eyes sunken, how can this be avoided? Best answer: I usually keep alcohol-collected material in alcohol

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Tony, I HAD a blank in the file name. Sorry!

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Tony, thanks! I tried it (see "Cylindromyia" Wink but don't see the image in the post.

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