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Why is Peleteria varia (Tachinidae) not in the Gallery?
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Posted on 09-07-2017 07:55
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I photographed and identified (at least I hope so) Peleteria varia and searched for confirmation in the Diptera Gallery. I was surprised the species is missing there.

Is there some reason for it? Are there some other species to be confused? I thingthat the antenas of Peleteria varia are quite distinctive, as well as the pattern on abdomen. In the Forum, the pictures of this species are present for many years. What is behind?

I thank for answers in advance

Matej



Slovakia, Banska Bystrica, 400 m.a.s.l., white umbelifers near gardens
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and one more picture
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I am no specialist but following the key I would say you are right about varia. That it is not in the Gallery is due to the fact that no-one ever submitted it. If a specialist confirms uour ID it will be added. Smile
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Yes, i see extremely small palpi, so I can confirm it.

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By the way, the antenna isNOT distinctive at species level.
 
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Thank you both.

Hm, I considered this species "easy" Frown

I will add the pictures unless you do it yourselves. I will have to reduce the file size.

Matej
Edited by treebeard on 11-07-2017 21:22
 
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Posted on 12-07-2017 08:26
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THe perk of being an admin is that I can add attachments without resizing them. Smile Only visible when you click the karger image in the gallery, though. So I added them from the attachments and deleted you submissions. I apologize for the work you did that was not necessary.
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I apologise but I have already uploaded them as well. Probably I am overactiveShock
 
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