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Lomatia in Luberon
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Posted on 21-02-2022 18:53
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Hello, this Diptera that I seem to the genus Lomatia was photographed on 26.06.2021 in Murs in Vaucluse, in the south of France. Size: 14mm.
Is it possible to determine the species with these photos?
Thank you very much.

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos298/big/Lomatia-n.jpg
Lionel Casset : France : MURS : 84220 : 26/06/2021
Altitude : 409 m - Taille : 14mm
Réf. : 298514

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos298/big/Lomatia-d.jpg
Lionel Casset : France : MURS : 84220 : 26/06/2021
Altitude : 409 m - Taille : 14mm
Réf. : 298515

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos298/big/Lomatia-v.jpg
Lionel Casset : France : MURS : 84220 : 26/06/2021
Altitude : 409 m - Taille : 14mm
Réf. : 298516
 
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It is a female. It comes closes to belzebul in my key, but it does not contain a lot of species that occurs in S. France. Most notably. I do not know how to separate from tysiphone.
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Xespok wrote:
It is a female. It comes closes to belzebul in my key, but it does not contain a lot of species that occurs in S. France. Most notably. I do not know how to separate from tysiphone.


thank you for that answer.
 
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