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Photo#726757
Stictomyia punctata - female

Stictomyia punctata - Female
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
June 12, 2012
Size: 4 mm
a lovely face

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Stictomyia punctata - female Stictomyia punctata - female

i'm smitten... thanks again, Jason
is this combination current?

 
I believe so...
It's from Kameneva & Korneyev's 2006 revision.

 
except for my typo
V, please note the species epithet for the guide page should be "punctata" not "punctulata" - my mistake.

 
so that's why i was unable to find it!
btw, some genera contain the anagrammatic pair punctulata--punctatula --maddeningly confusing

 
ok, cool
i asked Dr Korneyev to confirm the ID.
can't believe this mugshot.

 
I do not see my reply... OK.
I do not see my reply... OK. Yes, it is S. punctata Coquillett 1900 (I have no other sources but my paper, sorry).

 
your comment is at the habitus photo

Moved
Moved from Stictomyia.

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