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Pallopteridae, Temnosira saltuum, Norway

Your ID is correct. Some authors accept only genus Palloptera. The other Palloptera + Toxoneura. And...

Posted by libor on 27 July 2012 21:24:33
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Pallopteridae, Temnosira saltuum, Norway

Third:...

Posted by Geir79 on 27 July 2012 21:06:24
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Pallopteridae, Temnosira saltuum, Norway

Second:...

Posted by Geir79 on 27 July 2012 21:05:48
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Pallopteridae, Temnosira saltuum, Norway

Think this looks like Palloptera saltuum in the gallery, or could it be another species? (Palloptera...

Posted by Geir79 on 27 July 2012 21:05:14
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Temnosira saltuum? (Temnosira saltuum(female)

John Smit wrote:
Correct.

John

John thank you very much....

Posted by Mucha Fero on 02 February 2012 09:27:06
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Temnosira saltuum? (Temnosira saltuum(female)

Correct.

John...

Posted by John Smit on 02 February 2012 09:06:09
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Temnosira saltuum? (Temnosira saltuum(female)

Mucha Fero wrote:
Mucha Fero wrote:...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 02 February 2012 06:40:02
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Temnosira saltuum? (Temnosira saltuum(female)

Mucha Fero wrote:...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 02 February 2012 06:39:42
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Temnosira saltuum? (Temnosira saltuum(female)

Pallopteridae_Temnosira saltuum(female) is correct? Region Malá Fatra Terchová about 700 m above sea...

Posted by Mucha Fero on 02 February 2012 06:39:20
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Pallopteridae (Small orange fly) - Norway

No, Toxoneura longipennis is endemic to Caucasus region and, moreover, has some spots on the wings. ...

Posted by libor on 04 July 2011 11:58:29
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