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#1 2019-09-04 16:42:34

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Name: Robin Sutton
From: South Uist
Registered: 2019-08-27
Posts: 4

Trypeta zoe

Pretty sure this is Trypeta and tried to identify in further using an old RES Key to Tephritid Flies.  Got to Trypeta zoe but ended not entirely convinced I was looking at the right setae.  The copy I was using was an on-line pdf and the wing plates hadn't reproduced well so I got a bit stuck there too.  If someone could check it for me and give a few hints as to what's the best way of separating the species that would be brilliant. Many thanks.

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