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Muscidae ID2? -> Haematobosca stimulans
runetk
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Posted on 04-12-2021 17:37
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Is it possible to ID this? interesting ving pattern.
Location: North-Norway - Skjeftelisletta, Sørvikmarka
Habitat: 50m a.s.l. Forrest/marsh birch Date: 01.07.2020
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eklans
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Hi Rune, not sure (a lateral shot would help) - Haematobosca stimulans?
Greetings, Eric
 
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Lateral view - unsharp so not so helpful maybe.
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Ventral view - sharp more helpful?
Best regard Rune.
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I am quite sure you are right in your assumption.
The area it is photographed in is where sheeps and cows are roaming freely in the nature, cultivating the landscape.
Best regards Rune
 
eklans
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Posted on 05-12-2021 08:26
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Yes, with your photo and the information of cattle nearby I'm confident it's a female Haematobosca stimulans.
Greetings, Eric
 
runetk
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Thanks Eric. TumbsUp
Best regards
Rune
 
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