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Chloropidae > Chlorops cf. varsoviensis
Maherjos
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Posted on 07-12-2011 20:23
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Photograph taken on December 04, 2011, in the wetlands of the Suįrez Pond, Motril, Granada, Spain.
Immediate area of the Mediterranean coast.
Very small. Approximate size, no antennae or tails 2 mm
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Appreciate your cooperation for identification.
Best regards!
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Chloropidae, I think Chlorops. One for Sara.
Stephane.
 
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Chloropidae, I think Chlorops. One for Sara.


Many thanks for your information.
With the guidance that tells me, change the title to try to go further in such identification. We hope, as you say, to know the opinion of Sara.
Looking Diptera Gallery Cloropidae, I find some similarity to this: http://www.dipter...to_id=5287 , but I think the addition cf. means that identification is doubtful.

Best regards!
Edited by Maherjos on 08-12-2011 11:14
 
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Looks more like Lasiosina to me, Do you have any pic from above of this species? Smile
Sincerely yours
Sara
 
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Sara21392 wrote:
Looks more like Lasiosina to me, Do you have any pic from above of this species? Smile


Hello Sara.

This little fly, taught me our friend Manuel Lopez Forum and another friend. I asked them if they have photos of the climb on this post of identification.
I took the top view, but at perspective and smaller. I had to cut more than the original to get the increase.
If something is not clear. You'll tell me when you see it.
Thank you for your interest.

Best regards from the south of Spain.

Edit:

I find it much like I found Diptera.info Gallery. http://diptera.in...to_id=2832
Can it be?.
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Sorry, but I need to see wing venation too, do you have also any pic about, please? Smile
Sincerely yours
Sara
 
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Sara21392 wrote:
Sorry, but I need to see wing venation too, do you have also any pic about, please? Smile


This is another picture, but not if you add something to the above.

Since I have no other display more information. Sorry.

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I didn't notice to orbital setae, definitely it's not Lasiosina!! Sorry awkward
I can't see the gena unfortunately, (If gena be so narrow it is Chlropsina, otherwise, this is Chlorops genus), but I have to say that I am agree with Stephane, and it is Chlorops.
Also maybe C. cf varsoviensis. Smile
Edited by Sara21392 on 10-12-2011 20:43
Sincerely yours
Sara
 
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Sara21392 wrote:
I didn't notice to orbital setae, definitely it's not Lasiosina!! Sorry awkward
I can't see the gena unfortunately, (If gena be so narrow it is Chlropsina, otherwise, this is Chlorops genus), but I have to say that I am agree with Stephane, and it is Chlorops.
Also maybe C. cf varsoviensis. Smile


Very grateful for their identification.
With your guidance I edit the title.
Except dissenting opinion, I guess, as Chlorops cf. varsoviensis, I can upload to gallery.

Best regards.
 
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I add another picture of this same fly, I sent our friend Manuel Lopez, in order to complete the graphic information of this insect.
My thanks to Manuel Lopez, who pointed out the location of this specimen.
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Yep, is Chlorops for sure!
Sincerely yours
Sara
 
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Sara21392 wrote:
Yep, is Chlorops for sure!


Thank you.
If it seems appropriate, the go up to the gallery, as Chlorops cf. varsoviensis. If anyone thinks otherwise, surely, will let us know.

Best regards from the south of Spain.
 
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