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Tephritis neesii?
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Posted on 14-05-2013 10:37
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found on Leucanthemum vulgare in my garden at Marburg, central Germany, on 2013-05-12. Is Tephritis neesii correct? Regards, Ingo

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I think yes (but I am not an expert).

There have been lots of these on the Leucanthemum here over the past few weeks.
 
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Yes!
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Thank you very much! At the moment these small flies can be frequent found here as well.
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20.10.14 15:50
Thx Paul

17.10.14 11:04
Sounds like a posteroventral apical seta.

16.10.14 16:06
Can any1 help with an abbrev pls? is pv ap = preapical pv seta, thx

12.10.14 12:42
I just tried to join ResearchGate, but apparently you need an institute email to be let in - by scientists for scientists pah - armchair bureaucrats. Sad

24.09.14 01:18
Also I would like a PDF of a key to the families of flies suitable for Chinese material - if anybody can help. Shock

24.09.14 01:16
Is there anybody here working on flies from China?

19.09.14 02:28
Thanks to those who have responded to my request for beautiful, or ecologically interesting flies in the forum. TumbsUp TumbsUp

18.09.14 15:54
Have another try...

18.09.14 12:36
Hi Paul, is the private messages working, I just sent you a message, but it isn't in the outbox, neither is the one I sent a few weeks ago.

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