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Xespok
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Posted on 21-11-2005 17:51
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And a final fly among the 250 plus photos that I uploaded recently to my site.

I do not even risk to give my opinion on this particular one.
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I risk.
Female, Scathophaga?
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Scathophagidae could be correct, but then it is not a species of Scathophaga but one of the species with leaf mining larvae.
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Posted on 22-11-2005 15:38
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I do not remember the details of this fly, but based on the size of the confierous leaves it sits on, this must be much much smaller than S. stercoraria, which seems to be common in Japan too.
 
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Several of the leaf mining ones are significantly smaller than Scathophaga, for example the species of the genus Nanna. For morphology, compare with this one: http://www.bioima...P39416.HTM.
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