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Sepsid-like pallopterid

This is Temnosira ambusta. Thorax coloration should be even variable as in T. saltuum, vary from ora...

Posted by Xylosoma on 18 November 2019 08:30:53
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Palloptera saltuum? -> confirmed

It is in Slovak checklist under the more accepted name Temnosira saltuum. Your ID is correct, it is ...

Posted by libor on 01 June 2019 20:58:45
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Tephritidae? England.

Apparently Temnosira saltuum....

Posted by Jan Maca on 16 December 2018 18:13:47
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Palloptera saltuum (female)

Temnosira (= Palloptera) saltuum, female.
Libor...

Posted by libor on 09 June 2018 08:44:28
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Temnosira saltuum

Thanks a lot!

Krister...

Posted by ebbek on 25 July 2014 22:25:47
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Temnosira saltuum

Temnosira saltuum...

Posted by mossnisse on 25 July 2014 22:21:32
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Temnosira saltuum

Other view...

Posted by ebbek on 25 July 2014 21:17:19
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Temnosira saltuum

A fly from our garden in SW Sweden today. I am thankful for any help!

Regards

Krister...

Posted by ebbek on 25 July 2014 21:16:41
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Pallopteridae, Temnosira saltuum, Norway

Thank you for confirmation of identification...

Posted by Geir79 on 27 July 2012 21:40:25
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