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Chloropidae - Lasiosina sp.
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Posted on 15-08-2008 22:46
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Hi


I spotted this very tiny fly in last week in Silgueiros.
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up. Hopefully Jere recognizes this one. Grin
 
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Lasiosina (Chloropidae).
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thanks, Jere! Smile This was one of those chloropids that were sucking the symphyta larva.
 
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Lasiosina sp. (Chloropidae, Chloropinae). It is nearly impossible to identify Lasiosina spp. to the species level without dissecting the male genitalia. In several species the antennae and palpi of females are of different colour (black) than in males.
 
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