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Psacadina (Sciomyzidae)
Frank Marquard
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Posted on 28-10-2009 21:57
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Hello,

this Sciomyzidae (~8 mm) I found today at the edge of a small pond.
Can something be said to the species at the photo - and one can " P. verbekei/zernyi" (my favorites) at the photo differentiate?

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Frank
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Frank Marquard
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Hello again Smile,

Property again in the net searched, and an interesting key found:

http://books.google.de/books?id=dsoUAAAAIAAJ...

Therefore it should to concern here P. verbekei (In the key still P. punctata).
Do I interpret that wrong or is the key obsolete?

Best regards,

Frank
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Nikita Vikhrev
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I'd say Psacadina sp. without genitalia examination
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
Frank Marquard
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Thanks for your answer, Nkikita!
Would too good to be true... Frown

Best regards,

Frank
 
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