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Platypezidae. >Polyporivora picta

Hi,
Is it possible to tell the species of the female?
Photo 27 Aug. 2016 in Kokkola Finland.


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Posted by Pentti Ketola on 27 August 2016 18:03:53
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Platypezidae --> Polyporivora picta

Thank you!...

Posted by Uta Hinze on 24 October 2015 13:32:56
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Platypezidae --> Polyporivora picta

P. picta is correct (P. ornata has a white scutellum)

Jeremy...

Posted by jeremyr on 23 October 2015 23:04:42
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Platypezidae --> Polyporivora picta

Hello,
is this Polyporivora picta or another fly?
12. October 2015 - Northern Germany - garden.

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Posted by Uta Hinze on 23 October 2015 14:55:34
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ID please

Polyporivora picta, female...

Posted by Dmitry Gavryushin on 27 October 2014 12:41:00
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Platypezidae => Unpaired... (NW Spain)

Thank you again Menno, at the end I had no pairs... I suspected the Polyporivora male, but did not s...

Posted by Belen on 12 November 2013 22:35:25
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Platypezidae => Unpaired... (NW Spain)

Male 1: ?
Male 2: Polyporivora picta
Male 3: Polyporivora cf. picta
Female 1: Platypeza fasciata
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Posted by Menno Reemer on 12 November 2013 22:22:38
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Platypezidae => Unpaired... (NW Spain)

Platypezidae not uncommon in the forests of this area (Protoclythia spp. males are very visible), bu...

Posted by Belen on 12 November 2013 22:11:48
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Platypezidae

Yes, this distance of that posterior crossvein could vary sometimes, also the tarsi are not visible....

Posted by michal tkoc on 21 November 2012 18:57:54
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Polyporivora picta

Hello, yes P. picta, if you want to know something more about this species , please, see my article:...

Posted by michal tkoc on 21 November 2012 17:47:09
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