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Mycetophilidae - wing
Tony T
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Posted on 27-04-2008 23:03
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Of this male SEE HERE

EDIT: re-labelled
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Thanks to the sharp eyes of Stephane Lebrun: the furthest right CuA2 vein (near M2) should be labelled CuA1.
 
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Another change needed: R2+3 should be Rs.
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I will relabel this image.
If my R2+3 is really Rs where is R2 and R3?
Is my labelling R4+5 correct?
 
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No R2+3 is present. That would have been a second cross vein distal of Rs which would then create a closed cell.
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Thanks Paul. Re-labelled image submitted
 
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