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Piophila? varipes??
Nikita Vikhrev
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Moscow, park, 3mm, 18 may, near cat corpse.
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Piophilidae is correct. I would have to compare with my key at home to see if it is Liophiophila (!) varipes.
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Thank you Paul.
So:
1. Good news. I searched in right place.
2. Not as good news. Genus Piophila was violently divided into several small genuses. Hell on the heads of systematics!
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It is Prochyliza varipes (Meigen, 1830) according Ozerov (Zool. j., 2004, 83, 11: 1358).Smile
 
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Okay, thank you. Do you happen to have a reprint of that available (maybe even in pdf)?
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Thank you Andrey and Nikita. Grin
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28.08.14 22:10
We might not use the Shoutbox for our translations. See your PM please.

28.08.14 19:05
Wow OMG so it means behind the suture, right? also if you have the time Es sind 2 ors vorhanden there are 2 (is ors an abbrev.) present? I like the language but it's immensely hard!

26.08.14 20:19
Quernaht = suture (of thorax) See : http://tinyurl.co.
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26.08.14 17:34
scildchen comes up as shield- is this scutellum hinter der Quernaht - hinter comes up as hind of the? Help!

26.08.14 17:25
Thx very much As U can see I am trying to do a bit more research work. It's really tough esp. the German

22.08.14 18:49
espace interoculaire=spac
e between eyes, thus frons including orbits. 2nd translation is OK.

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Help again for 2 French words pls espace interlocaire - orbit? ecorces des arbres - bark of the tree? Thx

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15.08.14 15:44
so looking at another eg Wangen (Parafacialia) 1.5 – bis 1.75 mals so breit wie das 3. Fühlerglied = Parafacialia 1.5 to 1.75 times as broad as the 3rd antennal segment (postpedicel)

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