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Muscidae ID? - Helina evecta
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Phaonia?
Is it possible to ID this? [My ref: RTK2020-D243A]
Location: North-Norway - Harstad - Fauskevåg store
Habitat: Near the sea. - Date: 14.07.2020 - collected.
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Eyes hairy, t3 seems without pd.
Check meron and underscutellum, if both hairy - Helina evecta
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Checked meron and underscutellum, both seams hairy to me.
Better seen through the microscope though.

Thanks again Nikita. TumbsUp
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