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Muscid with wing pattern
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Posted on 08-06-2021 08:49
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Hi, I am not sure about the genus - Helina maybe?
Found in a garden in Vienna, early June

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The eyes look hairy, especially on photo 1, and that means a Phaonia and not a Helina.

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hm, are there Phaonia without the 'Phaonia bristle'?
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