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#1 2018-04-28 11:34:29

Pierre-Yves
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French Brittany anthomyiid

Hello,

I am new to the forum.  I live in French Brittany. I need your help to identify this anthomyiidae than does not inspire anyone on Diptera.info (https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.p … ost_352071).

[img]https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos203/big/anthomyiidae 1.jpg[/img]
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Pouldreuzic : 29710 : 21/04/2018
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 203241

[img]https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos203/big/anthomyiidae term dor forum.jpg[/img]
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Pouldreuzic : 29710 : 21/04/2018
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 203242

[img]https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos203/big/anthomyiidae term prof forum.jpg[/img]
P-Y Gloaguen : France : Pouldreuzic : 29710 : 21/04/2018
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 203243

As I have said on DI, pictures being of poor quality, I traced what seemed to be the outlines of certain parts au terminalia : blue = Surstylus, red = cercal plate ... but maybe it's a mistake.

If you want any others pictures, say me what you need.

Thank you,

Pierre-Yves

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#2 2018-04-28 12:27:50

Michael Ackland
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Re: French Brittany anthomyiid

It is a Pegomya and it belongs to the canicularia group of four species.  I will come back to this thread later today and give you further info. At the moment my reprints are piled up on the floor(!) as I am re-classifying them. I can send you a PDF on this group.

Michael Ackland

Last edited by Michael Ackland (2018-04-28 12:28:37)

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#3 2018-04-28 23:04:38

Pierre-Yves
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Re: French Brittany anthomyiid

Thank you Michael,

With the key of the Séguy's "Faune de France" about Anthomyides I found Pegomya hyoscyami but did not find the picture of terminalia very similar.
I do not want to disturb you in your reclassification, I would be happy to receive PDF.

Thank you again,

Pierre-Yves

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#4 2018-04-29 19:52:40

Michael Ackland
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Re: French Brittany anthomyiid

I would need your email address in order to send the pdf as an attachment

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#5 2018-05-09 12:01:10

Pierre-Yves
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Re: French Brittany anthomyiid

To close this ID, after some exchanges with Mickael by mail (Thank you again) it is probably Pegomya betae.

I attach a picture of sternite 5 :
[img]https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos204/big/sternite 5 forum.jpg[/img]
Pierre-Yves GLOAGUEN : France : Pouldreuzic : 29710 : 21/04/2018
Altitude : NR - Taille : 7 mm
Réf. : 204130

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