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Tephritidae ID - corr. Sciomyzidae ID - Trypetoptera punctulata? <=
Christian Schulz
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Posted on 09-07-2020 16:20
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Hi,

this should be a Tephritidae - any chance to ID it more precisely? It looks like a Campiglossa sp. to me.
DE, Hessen, Gie├čen, 190 m, collected dead from a window sill, 21.06.2020.

TIA and Best
Christian
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Christian Schulz
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kind of lateral view...
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Ben Hamers
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Try Sciomyzidae

Ben
 
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Christian Schulz
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Posted on 09-07-2020 22:15
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Thank you Ben - I was indeed completely misled by the colour pattern of the wings instead checking the vein structure.

In Sciomyzidae I would tend to Trypetoptera punctulata. Can this be confirmed?

Thanks again and Best
Christian
 
Ben Hamers
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Yes, it is Trypetoptera punctulata

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Christian Schulz
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Thank you very much, Ben!

Best
Christian
 
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