Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Chyliza vittata mâle

Posted by Sord on 19-05-2020 23:19
#1

Hello !
I found this fly on the picture window when I opened the curtains.
I've scoured all the families in the gallery, looked through the DrawWing.org wing comments and of course looked on the net for a diptera with an orange thorax with black stripes but nothing !...
I'm in complete darkness and a lead would be welcome.
Thank you for your opinion.

Bonsoir.
J'ai trouvé cette mouche sur la baie vitrée en ouvrant les rideaux.
J'ai écumé toutes les familles de la galerie, épluché les nervations alaires DrawWing.org et bien sûr cherché sur le net un diptère à thorax orange barré de noir mais rien !...
Je suis dans le noir le plus complet et une piste serait la bienvenue.
Merci de votre avis.

On our LMDI Forum : https://www.insec...p;t=215405

Photo 1. Click to enlarge.
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos257/big/200517_032.jpg
Jérémie Lemarié : France : Sainte-Radégonde-des-Noyers : 85450 : 17/05/2020
Altitude : 3 m - Taille : 6.75 mm mesuré
Réf. : 257456

Photo 2. Cliquer pour agrandir.
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos257/big/200517_034.jpg
Jérémie Lemarié : France : Sainte-Radégonde-des-Noyers : 85450 : 17/05/2020
Altitude : 3 m - Taille : 6.75 mm mesuré
Réf. : 257457

Photo 3. Click to enlarge..
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos257/big/200517_049.jpg
Jérémie Lemarié : France : Sainte-Radégonde-des-Noyers : 85450 : 17/05/2020
Altitude : 3 m - Taille : 6.75 mm mesuré
Réf. : 257458

Edited by Sord on 21-05-2020 22:17

Posted by Jan Maca on 20-05-2020 00:14
#2

It is Chyliza vittata, a psilid.

Edited by Jan Maca on 20-05-2020 00:14

Posted by Sord on 20-05-2020 00:47
#3

Hello Jan,

Thanks for your help and identifikation.
After reading different subjects, I specify that I have wild Ophrys in the garden and two Phalaenopsis in the living room where I found the specimen.

greetings

Posted by Sord on 21-05-2020 01:34
#4

Hello
Are the black stripes on the thorax specific to females?
Thank you.

Bonjour.
Est-ce que les bandes noires sur le thorax sont spécifiques aux femelles ?
Merci.

Posted by Jan Maca on 21-05-2020 19:04
#5

No, the stripes are not specific to females.
I acknowledge that you gained, by yourself, some information on this "orchid fly". You should change the title of your thread.

Posted by Sord on 21-05-2020 22:20
#6

Thanks Jan!
The title of the thread has been updated.
Best regards:)

Posted by Darwyn Sumner on 23-05-2020 09:57
#7

You'll find more information at http://micropezid...my/term/67
Perhaps you would be so kind as to also post it on iNaturalist, this will ensure that the record is sent to GBIF.
There's a project there which covers this group at https://www.inatu...tanypezids
Many thanks
Darwyn

Oh- you've put it on Les Mondes des Insectes - they post to GBIF too - eventually

Edited by Darwyn Sumner on 23-05-2020 09:59

Posted by Sord on 23-05-2020 17:39
#8

Hello.
Thank you, Darwyn, for that information.
I posted the iNaturalist sighting at this address:

Bonjour.
Merci Darwyn pour ces informations.
J'ai publié l'observation sur iNaturalist à cette adresse :

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/46978034


Posted by Darwyn Sumner on 24-05-2020 20:53
#9

Any chance you could add the Lat/Long to that posting please.
I realise it's your home but the coordinates of the nearest town is good enough.
Google Earth may be the easiest method

Merci

Darwyn

Posted by Sord on 24-05-2020 22:49
#10

Hello Darwyn
So I put the coordinates on the site of my municipality and opened the observation place which was private.
Is it suitable?

Posted by Darwyn Sumner on 26-05-2020 11:28
#11

That's great thanks
Phil Withers is currently compiling the Psilidae of France so he'll be glad he can find records