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Muscidae 5 June 2021 SW Sweden
Johane
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Hi,
I need some help with this Muscidae that was collected in the archipelago of Gothenburg.
Some characters that might not be well visible in the pictures:
Eyes bare. 4 postsutural dc. Prealar bristle short and weak, almost hairlike. Notopleuron and meron without hairs. 2+2 katepisternals. Scutellum bare beneath. Radial node bare on both sides of wing. Mid tibia with 2 posterior bristles. Hind tibia with 2 av, 2-3 ad, and 1 small pd near base.
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Abdomen in caudal view
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Impossible?Smile
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