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#1 2017-10-25 14:20:07

oceanlis2000
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Muscidae

Hello

I have here a Graphomya species

I would be grateful if someone could confirm that the arrow is indeed an ad or av seta?


Thank you

Elisabeth


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#2 2017-10-25 14:50:53

Howard Bentley
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Re: Muscidae

The bristle you arrow does look to me like an anterodorsal on the proximal half of the right middle tibia. I think I can also see the end of one just visible on the left middle tibia. That would make this a female Graphomya minor. However, I'm rather averse to attempting muscid ids from photographs, and I wouldn't claim to be certain about this.

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#3 2017-10-27 14:29:58

LisHarris15
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Re: Muscidae

Thanks Howard

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