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Anthomyiidae, Anthomyia? from Romania
cosmln
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Posted on 09-05-2007 22:24
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HI,

an Anthomiid (i think) photographed at Baile Herculane (Hercules Bath) in 7.april.2007
found on a tree, aprox size 7mm

cosmln

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Hello!

Anthomyia cf. pluvialis.
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Anthomyia species (not pluvialis) male.
According to Mike Ackland, the post-sutural lateral black spot is separated from the small spot above the wing base in pluvialis, but usually joined in the related species. Using this character, pluvialis is shown in this image -
http://home.scarl...iaplu.html, but the images of "pluvialis" in Diptera.info gallery are not that species.
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Tony Irwin wrote:
Anthomyia species (not pluvialis) male


thanks Tony & J?rgen,
not collected so will remain so.

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Tony Irwin wrote:
but the images of "pluvialis" in Diptera.info gallery are not that species.

I never was happy with the identifications when looking at keys but they are not my field of expertise, so I shut up and let others do the dirty work and get the honour. Pfft
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Hello,

Tony Irwin wrote:
According to Mike Ackland, the post-sutural lateral black spot is separated from the small spot above the wing base in pluvialis, but usually joined in the related species.


Thanks for adding this criterion.
Pierre Duhem
 
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