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claspers of flies
Hallo Notafly, I just want to improve the lemma Aedeagus in German Wikipedia. Therefore I also consulted the Manual of Nearctic Diptera of McAlpine e.a. I meditate about the word parameres. What do you think, or what is the latest position adopted by dipterologists: Are the (outer) claspers -podites as claimes f. i. Matsuda or are they derived from the parameres (outer phalomeres) as claimes f. i. Snodgrass. As for me, I have an opinion - I will tell you, when I got your answer. Thanks --Siga (talk) 17:16, 27 January 2018 (UTC)
Nice to hear from you.My first thought - The best man to ask is Giancarlo Dessi in Sardinia. I have his e-mail address somewhere.In the meantime look at his website here. Giancarlo is very helpful and up to date
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