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Dinera?
Maik Hausotte
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Posted on 13-08-2020 21:54
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Hello,
is this fly from today (August 13th 2020) from Leipzig (Saxony/Germany) a Dinera species (maybe grisescens)?
Thanks for your help,
Maik
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I doubt Dinera, which has a different course of vein M. Dexiini tend to have the bend in vein M obtuse and close to wing margin.
 
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Looks like some Miltogramminae - Taxigramma sp. maybe
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Yes, note the absence of ACR bristles, definitely Miltogramminae. Reminds indeed of Taxigramma, but I do not recognize the spcies.


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Many thanks to everyone and best regards, Maik
 
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