Diario del proyecto Flies of the US and Canada

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07 de noviembre de 2021

Nov 14 ID event - Common Greenbottle Fly

We're happy to announce another online meeting next week! Here are the details:

The Zoom meeting will open at 3 PM EST on Sunday the 14th - if 7 PM will be better for some people we could talk about opening that up as well.

The plan is to focus on observations of the Common Greenbottle Fly. We'll start by taking a quick look at guide materials. After that, we'll spend most of the time individually going thru observations while discussing questions and interesting observations.

Join the Zoom Meeting here:
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/71570784120?pwd=Z1MvbVQxa1pydzl0UzUyY0FkMm5UUT09

Meeting ID: 715 7078 4120
Passcode: diptera

You can leave a comment either to let us know if you're planning to come or to subscribe to be notified of future events! Questions are also welcome.

Guides to use at our meeting:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dsGdgo2DVcZ99AtunaOXw-hJ_ZRyANav_HJXTlk4T6k/preview#slide=id.g92a9a27271_0_288
Note that the Common Greenbottle Fly occurs throughout North America, and can be separated from other similar species throughout its range using the characters described at this link to the Southeastern guide. However, it is not necessary to separate from the Australian Sheep Blow Fly where this latter species does not occur in the Northern USA and Canada.

What we'll be identifying:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?order_by=random&verifiable=true&place_id=6712%2C1&taxon_id=128824

Ingresado el 07 de noviembre de 2021 por edanko edanko | 5 comentarios | Deja un comentario

16 de noviembre de 2021

Nov 21 ID Event - Condylostylus longicornis

We're happy to announce another online meeting next week! Here are the details:

The Zoom meeting will open at 4 PM EST on Sunday the 21st.

The plan is to focus on observations of Condylostylus longicornis. We'll spend most of the time individually going through observations while discussing questions and interesting observations.

Join the Zoom Meeting here:
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79710070480?pwd=Y0paV0ZxazUraXlCV3JQanNUbUdqQT09

Meeting ID: 797 1007 0480
Passcode: diptera

You can leave a comment either to let us know if you're planning to come or to subscribe to be notified of future events! Questions are also welcome.

Guides to use at our meeting:
Guide to the common Sciapodinae of Western US and Canada

What we'll be identifying:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?order_by=random&place_id=13337,9079,13335,7085,6834,7953,46,10,22,16,15,6,14,50,40,52,9,34&taxon_id=321397

Please watch this video prior to joining the meeting so that you are prepared to participate:

Ingresado el 16 de noviembre de 2021 por zdanko zdanko | 33 comentarios | Deja un comentario

24 de noviembre de 2021

Nov 28 ID Event - Bathroom Moth Fly

We're happy to announce another online meeting next week! Here are the details:

The Zoom meeting will open at 4 PM EST on Sunday the 28th.

The plan is to focus on observations of the Bathroom Moth Fly (Clogmia albipunctata). We'll spend most of the time individually going through observations while discussing questions and interesting observations.

Join the Zoom Meeting here: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87456873015?pwd=V0JMWi80OW1iMnJuRjV3MThXMktVZz09

Meeting ID: 874 5687 3015

Passcode: diptera

You can leave a comment either to let us know if you're planning to come or to subscribe to be notified of future events! Questions are also welcome.

Guides to use at our meeting:
Notes for the Psychodidae of the US & Canada

What we'll be identifying:
www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?quality_grade=needs_id&order_by=random&place_id=1,6712&taxon_id=247953&without_ident_user_id=zdanko

Please watch this video prior to joining the meeting so that you are prepared to participate:

(You can open the video in a new tab by clicking on the YouTube icon.)
Addition to the video: Clogmia albipunctata always holds both wings flat in a single plane, and doesn't have such long hairs on the margin of the wing as some other genera in the family.

Ingresado el 24 de noviembre de 2021 por zdanko zdanko | 20 comentarios | Deja un comentario