Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Urophora ID

Posted by prirodnick on 26-10-2021 18:35
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Samara region, near Alekseevka, 1970
Thank for ID

Edited by prirodnick on 28-10-2021 05:31

Posted by prirodnick on 26-10-2021 18:36
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prirodnick wrote:
Samara region, near Alekseevka, 1970
Thank for ID

Posted by prirodnick on 26-10-2021 18:36
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prirodnick wrote:
Samara region, near Alekseevka, 1970
Thank for ID

Posted by Ben Hamers on 27-10-2021 23:59
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Urophora sp.

Ben

Posted by prirodnick on 28-10-2021 05:30
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Thaks, Ben!

In the next photo, the same Urophora sp. or can it be identify more precisely, up to the species?

Posted by Ben Hamers on 29-10-2021 00:21
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With my knowledge it ends at Urophora sp.

Ben

Posted by prirodnick on 05-11-2021 10:32
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How about Urophora stylata?

Posted by libor on 05-11-2021 11:17
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I do not think so... Se wing pattern forming two "U" curves. So, it is Urophora quadrifasciata for me. Am I right, Valery?
Libor

Posted by prirodnick on 05-11-2021 11:24
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Libor, similar to the quadrifasciata, only a little confused by the thickness of these curves.

Posted by Nosferatumyia on 13-12-2021 09:53
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Either Urophora solstitialis or, (45/55%) U. cuspidata. Carduus vs. Centaurea scabiosa; the latter may be more common in Volga steppes. Otherwise, they differ in tiny details of the ovipositor very apex (see Korneyev & White, 1996, Entomologicheskoe obozrenie)