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Geomyza => G. cf. hackmani
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Female of Geomyza cf. hackmani.
In G. balachowskyi females the abdomen is normally (but not always) disctinctly banded. Also in G. balachowskyi the post-scutellum is normally less dark.
To be sure you would have to study sternite 8.
I'm not entirely convinced, but I do think this is G. hackmani
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Thanks Jan Willem

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