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This male Spilogona (I hope!) is causing me problems and I cannot run it down to species. So firstly, does it look good for Spilogona?
Secondly, is it good for S. triangulifera? It sort of keys to this, but not satisfactorily.
No supplementary bristle, or at least I believe so (I am not 100% confident on this feature) - see image with arrow pointing to position where no supplementary is present;
3 DCs (NOT 4);
Eyes touching on frons:
Short plumose arista - see image.
Any suggestions anyone?
Collected during the DF field trip in July 2012 in Cairngorm area.
Last edited by conopid (2017-03-03 18:05:37)
I agree with Spilogona, but I can't see sufficiently well to go further. Spilogona is very difficult to ID from pictures.