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Pegomya?->Either Euchichota or Pegomya
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Posted on 02-03-2024 12:19

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Photographed today near a river in Zhejiang China. Arista appears to be bare. All the tarsi are black. Is Genus Pegomya a good candidate? Thanks!
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Edited by guplox on 02-03-2024 14:36
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latersal shot
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head-frontal shot
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Nikita Vikhrev
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Eutrichota or Pegomya
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
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Great pointer! TumbsUp Many thanks!
Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
Eutrichota or Pegomya
John Carr
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Posted on 02-03-2024 16:33
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Japanese species reviewed by Suwa (1974, 2000). Chinese species reviewed in Flies of China volume 1 based largely on male genital characters.
Edited by John Carr on 02-03-2024 16:33
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