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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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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

Conserning evecta/annosa: I suspect that annosa is a synonym of evecta: there are a lot of intermedi...

Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 22 August 2019 12:09:07
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

Revisited the keys and you are both absolutely correct.

I have problems with evecta/annosa in the...

Posted by skrylten on 22 August 2019 12:03:34
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

It looks too plump, but I agree with Niels-Jan that all other possibilities could be excluded: meron...

Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 22 August 2019 11:36:11
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

Hi Skrylten, when I catch one like this in the Netherlands, I would check Helina evecta first. It do...

Posted by nielsyese on 21 August 2019 21:28:26
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

hind tibia dorsal view...

Posted by skrylten on 21 August 2019 20:31:59
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

hind femur posterior view...

Posted by skrylten on 21 August 2019 20:30:53
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

hind femur anterior view...

Posted by skrylten on 21 August 2019 20:29:56
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

wingbase dorsal...

Posted by skrylten on 21 August 2019 20:29:01
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Muscidae: Phaonia incana ? => Helina evecta (male)

wingbase ventral...

Posted by skrylten on 21 August 2019 20:28:18
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