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Anthomyia pluvialis (mascle) | by Joan Quintana (joanillo)
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Anthomyia pluvialis (mascle)

phylum: Arthropoda > (Unirramia) > Hexapoda > class: Insecta > (Pterygota) > (Neoptera) > Endopterygota > order: Diptera > (Brachycera) > (Muscomorpha-Schizophora-Calyptratae-Muscoidea) > family: Anthomyiidae

Bagà-Catalonia-Spain

 

eng: Anthomyia procellaris is very similar to A. imbrida and A. pluvialis. Pluvialis can normally be distinguished by the dark mark at the base of the wings being divided into two separate spots. In procellaris and imbrida this is fused into one connected spot.

 

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Taken on June 10, 2013