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Muscidae?->Lispe kowarzi pallitarsis
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Posted on 13-01-2024 14:53
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Photographed today by a river in Zhejiang China. Approx. 5mm in length. Could it be a Muscidae spec. or something in another family? Thanks!
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Another shot
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It appears to belong to the group with Lispe kowarzi (which is in China but has marked wings) and L. atrifrontata (which is from Australia).

 
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Great ID! Many thanks! TumbsUp
 
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The group was reviewed by Vikhrev in 2014 in Amurian Zoological Journal 6(2), https://azjournal...e/view/364. I can not match your fly with any of his species and subspecies. The wings should be darker.

 
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Perhaps in a related group rather. Smile
 
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No, no! John, it is indeed Lispe kowarzi pallitarsis Stein, 1909. Darkened wings has L. fulvitarsus. This fly is exactly what shown in 2014 in Amurian Zoological Journal 6(2) at Fig. 43b. Even abdomen on guplox's photo has "abdomen with whitish spots on tergites 3 to 5"
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Fantastic! A subspecies level ID! Thank you so very much, both of you! TumbsUp
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Please submit the lateral image to the gallery.
 
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