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Anthomyiidae?? (England, July)-> Paregle audacula (male)
Martin Cooper
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Fly taken 9 July 2014 in Suffolk.
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While I saw studying the fly, its right-hand rear leg became detached. Here is a shot showing it from behind and from in front. I have great difficult working out which setae are which!

Best wishes,
Martin
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I think Paregle audacula:

Notopleuron area haired
Very small orbitals present
One stronger presutural acrostichal followed by rows of finer hairs
Long and small proboscis

To confirm for 100 % ID, a better look on the genitals is needed.
But I am almost convinced this must be P. audacula.

Johanna
 
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Overview of the legs chaetotaxy...(sorry...a bit large Smile)
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another view
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Thanks Johanna. I've saved a copy of the chaetotaxy drawings to study. I'll have a closer look at the genitals and if possible post some photos of them.
 
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I've redone some images covering the features mentioned already...
Side thorax including notopleuron, though I think part of it may be obscured by the blurred end of the pin.
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crop of head including orbital setae
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back of thorax
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... and genitalia.
Does this show enough detail, or do I need to get the caustic soda ready?
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Very good and sharp photos!
Paregle audacula it is.

Compliments,

Johanna
 
Martin Cooper
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Thanks Johanna! There are no records for that species in my county of Suffolk on the UK National Biodiversity Network's Gateway, though that is probably due to under-reporting as few people submit records for Diptera.
Best wishes,
Martin
 
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