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cf. Neurigona quadrifasciata (Fabricius, 1781)

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KeywordsNeurigona quadrifasciata, Dolichopodidae, Diptera
LocalityCzech republic, Valtice 7.5.2011, Rendezvous
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/26688/?s=1
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1.3.2012 00:15:46

This is a male Neurigona, but I doubt which species is concerned. If the fore legs have a fourth plumose tarsomere, you are dealing with N. quadrifasciata. If not, I hope you have collected the specimen ...


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Hi Stanislav, yesterday I found very similar larvae/pupae and was looking in the Bibionidae myself, but couldn\'t find a match (except for your image here), so I asked on diptera.info. Tony Irwin identified mine as <i>Forcipomyia</i> (Ceratopogonidae), so I\'m sure yours must be that also. See: https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=99869 Cheers, Arp


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