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Psychodidae ? --> yes (tribus: Pericomaini)
APaupe
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Posted on 12-01-2023 09:16
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Hello everyone !

I'm having a bit of trouble to find the family of this fly... The wing nervation looks like a Psychodidae but there's no hair...what do you think ?

This one has been collected in a woodland area (forest of Orléans) in the Center of France, in April 2021.

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Thank-you !
Edited by APaupe on 13-01-2023 10:50
 
weia
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Definitely Psychodidae, why it has no hairs I don't know. Antennae are incomplete but tribus Pericomaini is certain.
 
APaupe
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Thanks a lot !
 
Paul Beuk
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weia wrote:
Definitely Psychodidae, why it has no hairs I don't know. Antennae are incomplete but tribus Pericomaini is certain.
Very few hairs (if any) remain on any psychodid in alcohol...
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Paul Beuk wrote:
weia wrote:
Definitely Psychodidae, why it has no hairs I don't know. Antennae are incomplete but tribus Pericomaini is certain.
Very few hairs (if any) remain on any psychodid in alcohol...



Good to know, thank you !
 
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