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Fannia manicata ID by RT.
Jim Senn
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Badem, RLP, Germany; 10 Jun 2017; photos taken from flies emerging from larve on my outside garbage can. cf Calliphora species can somebody help with ID? (I have a photo from a larva & from exuvia if that would help.)
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Fannia manicata (male) Fanniidae
 
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Thanks for your ID.
 
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or monilis (I vote for monilis)
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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In the Diptera Gallery I found a photo of F. manicata showing a "Close up with mid coxal spurs arrowed United Kingdom 3 April 2016" by conopid. In the first photo above I can also see these mid coxal spurs. Are these spurs also present in F, monilis?
Edited by Jim Senn on 30-01-2022 14:03
 
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