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female Piophilidae? Switzerland
Jiri Hodecek
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Posted on 29-11-2021 16:27
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Locality: Bern, Switzerland, near dead pig (experiment). Thanks for any closer ID.

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The other side of the same fly.
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Jan Maca
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I think so.
Funny that two Czechs correspond in English. I do not hesitate...
 
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Ovipositor is not Piophilidae like, I think, nor the darkening in the wing tip. Another shot in cleaner liquid?
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Thank you Paul. Unfortunately, I am not able to take more pics as the fly is back in the vial and I have hundreds of vials with thousands of flies. What other family would you be inclined to believe it belongs to?
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I agree that some characters are weird for Piophilidae. Rigorous determination is not possible, stil I have another guess: Acartophthalmus (bicolor?). What do you mean, Paul?
 
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So its Acartophthalmidae! Thank you both!
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