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Opomyza petrei male? = yes
johnes81
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Posted on 06-01-2020 09:55
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Hello everyone,

I've noticed a photo of mine that might depict a male of O. petrei. If i remember correctly, the abdomen is paler than germinationis. Thus, could this be O. petrei?

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John
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With such stripe along abdomen, yes.
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Posted on 06-01-2020 13:04
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Hello Libor,

Thank you for replying. I am still looking through photos and i noticed this series of photos. I've been wanting to post since last year but i've been too busy. I'm trying to get through more photos before my shoulder operation in a week.

Anyway, I notice that petrei male is missing from the gallery. It would be nice to have some photos, so i will put somehing together for the gallery...

Best wishes,
John
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