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Chloropidae > Chlorops pumilionis (Berkander, 1778) Resolved : pictured in Belgium on 2022-05-02
Tetrao
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Posted on 02-05-2022 14:50
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Hi every one !

I pictured what I think to be a Agromyzidae and perhaps a Phytomyza today 2022-05-02 in my garden.
Here are some pictures, but if needed, I can look for details ...

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Hope somebody can help me ID this specimen !
Thank you for reading my post !
Have a good day !
Edited by Tetrao on 05-09-2022 17:52
 
Tony Irwin
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I would say this is a Chlorops species (Chloropidae)
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Thank you very much Tony !!!
 
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This should be Chlorops pumilionis since it has a blackish front tarsus and distal part of front tibia. And the other characters also seem to fit well.
 
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Thank you very much KWQ
 
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Chloropidae, Chlorops pumilionis (Bjerkander, 1778) [the harmful goat fly] is correct. A further feature is the wide gena, deeper than the 3rd antennal segment.
Edited by von Tschirnhaus on 05-09-2022 17:51
 
http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/biologie/sammlung/inde
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Thank you very much von Tschinhaus !!!
 
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