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Limna spp “ŠeŽÒFXespok “Še“úF2005/10/13(Thu) 20:25 No.1759  ˆø—p 
There are two species of Limna in Honsu. Do you know how to separate them?

I think I have two Limna sp images, which look quite different. However, the second one might not be Limna sp.

http://xespok.net/gallery/Sciomyzidae/DipteraB_Sciomyzidae_1000021793

http://xespok.net/gallery/Sciomyzidae/DipteraB_1000029664


Re: Limna spp “ŠeŽÒF “Še“úF2005/10/14(Fri) 11:13 No.1764  ˆø—p 
I think image1000021793 is Limna japonica.(ƒ„ƒ}ƒgƒ„ƒ`ƒoƒG@Yamato-yachibaej

image1000029664 is ??

Re: Limna spp “ŠeŽÒFƒoƒOƒŠƒbƒ` “Še“úF2005/10/14(Fri) 22:17 No.1772  ˆø—p 
I think 1000029664 is Trigonometopus species.(Lauxaniidae) (=? T.forficula )

Perhaps,you can not see the color of the wings on my picture.
But I can see the same(?) color as your picture, with my sampules.

I think the species of my picture is very similar to your picture.
But I do not know whether it is the same spicies or not.


Re: Limna spp “ŠeŽÒFxespok “Še“úF2005/10/17(Mon) 22:28 No.1803  ˆø—p 
The Mokuroku database has only one species within gthe genus Trigonometopus on Honshu, T. frontalis. Do you know whether other species occcur too? T. forficula is not in the database. Maybe they are synonims?

I'll name the fly as T. frontalis temporarily.

It is surprising that Limna sp (Sciomyzidae) and Trigonometopus sp (Lauxaniidae) are so similar to each other.

Thx for your help.

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