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Anthomyiidae -> Achanthiptera rohrelliformis?
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Posted on 22-07-2019 22:25
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From southern Sweden 8 of july

Is Anthomyiidae correct? or is it something else..


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Achanthiptera rohrelliformis male Muscidae Maybe
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Thanks Roger

I´ll change to your suggestion, let's hope somone can confirm it.

Martin
 
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Probably not Achanthiptera; I do not see any setae on r1 vein. To me it looks like an anthomyiid, but I am not sure.
 
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Okay. Thanks fore your answers. I'll will have this guy pinned and take some more photos wing (r1 wein).

/Martin

 
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Here is a picture where I think that the "setae on r1 vein" is visible, right?
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Okay, finally :-)
Here is a better picture of the wing, I hope the details that is needed to see are visible

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