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Pinned Beris strobli, Stratiomyidae
JariF
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Posted on 15-06-2009 15:20
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Hi, got this one today during my fly hunting trip. Is the id correct ? June 15.2009 Loviisa, Finland.

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Anyone knows Stratiomyidae ?

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All metatarsi mostly yellow, then probably not B.chalybata, must be some other Beris.
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Good point Alex, thank You. With yellow legs, dark hind coxa, wide frons and the chape of antenna it must be strobli then Smile

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Yes, the choice is between B.strobli and B.geniculata. Check frons width and length of 3d antennal segment.
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Yes I did. I'm satisfied with strobli but geniculata would have been new to Finland Wink

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Beris hauseri (in between strobli and chalybata)


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