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Anthomyiidae from N Sweden
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Alliopsis sp.?
Collected in malaise trap in June.
E 015°26'44.1'' N 65°15'01.6''
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fore tibia
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I presume you checked if the mentum of proboscis is shining black (entirely undusted!)..if so, it seems indeed Alliopsis
I also don't see a strong pv seta above middle of the hindtibia, so it seems not A. billbergi/silvestris
So we have to look if the prostermun (the area between the fore coxa, benead the head..)has some haires on each side, ….but we can't see those hairs on your photos……

If so, it should be A. sitiens if not, we have to look further….

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I cannot see any dusting on the proboscis, and there is no pv on hind tibia. But I don't see bristles on prosternum.
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I come to Paraprosalpia incisa (which seems to be a synonym of Alliopsis brunneigena) with an old Swedish key.
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I agree for now with A. brunneigena, but try to collect a male species in the same area coming year!

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Yes, I should of course look for males in the samples first. Smile
Thanks for your help!
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