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Agromyzidae or Chloropidae?
Annemiek
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Posted on 26-07-2022 12:41
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I saw these flies on a hedge (probably Prunus lusitanica) in the utmost South of the Netherlands in April 2022.
Can someone tell me with species or genus this is? Thank you.

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Annemiek van Dijk
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Annemiek
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Jan Maca
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Chloropidae. Thaumatomyia?
 
Annemiek
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Thank you Jan Maca. It seems to have the flat-topped scutellum. I did not recognize it because of the rear appendices but I have learned now that those are pheromone sacks, so this would be a male Thaumatomyia (maybe T. notata?)

 
von Tschirnhaus
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Chloropidae: Thaumatomyia spec. is correct
 
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