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Anthomyiidae ID please?
Ray Perry
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Found this 6-8mm fly feeding on solidago on the side of a path through fields left to fallow, about 20m from a mixed wooded area in Scherrebektal https://www.flens...9']Das a municipal nature reserve.
20 Sept. 2021 @ 16:00 pm.
Flensburg, N.Germany @ 54.759210, 9.425006

Many Thanks in advance,
Ray
All my identified insect observations are recorded on Observation.org:-
https://observati...3/species/
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Anthomyiidae
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Many Thanks Tony.
 
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