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Muscidae ID1?
runetk
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Posted on 06-12-2021 22:12
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Is it possible to ID this?
Location: North-Norway - Harstad - Vikevannet
Habitat: Lakeshore - Date: 24.06.2021
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eklans
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Posted on 08-12-2021 11:21
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Hi Rune, from what I see it could be a male Fanniidae (veins A1, A2 and subcosta).
Greetings, Eric
 
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Posted on 19-12-2021 20:44
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Thank you so much Eric TumbsUp
best regards
Rune
 
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 19-12-2021 21:38
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Eric, I disagree. two posterior setae on t2 have jizz of Muscidae
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
runetk
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Posted on 19-12-2021 21:51
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I first thought it looked like a Hebecnema sp.
Infuscated vings, No bristles on the head and the eyes fused together and very big.
and the 3 strong ventral bristles on the femora2.
-rune
 
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