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Blondeliini (5mm)?
guplox
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Posted on 30-09-2022 14:42
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Spotted this black fly in early June in east China. Small, body size estimated at only 5mm. Initially thought it was like a Trigonospila but now inclined to think it's something near Leiophora innoxia. So at least could it be something in the tribe Blondeliini? Thanks in advance.
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Zeegers
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Posted on 30-09-2022 14:45
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Hi Guplox,

If you really want answers, you need to start collecting this stuff.
Your fauna is very interesting but also very understudied.

Once in a while, we hit the jackpot, as with Trichoformosomyia. But in most cases, even genus is difficult.

Theo
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guplox
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Posted on 30-09-2022 15:10
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The suggestion makes sense here. I'll try to capture a specimen of this curious dipteran next time I chance (hopefully) upon them. Thank you, Zeegers, as always, for the constant help and the encouraging interest. TumbsUp
 
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