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Chamaemyiidae, Leucopis (?) <- small grey acalyptrate
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Posted on 17-02-2022 23:49
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in Vienna, mid Feb

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Chamaemyiidae, maybe a male Leucopis sp [I think]...
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Thanks Roger,
I see that it is a very complicated group. Could you recommend good sources that would be helpful at least for a safe genus ID?
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Hi Lorin,
Well assuming I might be correct in my ID, I really don't know anything about these. I only photograph flies etc, no expertise in Id'ing them. Just go by how they look. Occasionally get it right Wink There are a couple of threads I found regarding them from years ago. Might be of interest...

Steve Gaimari seems to be the go to guy...

https://diptera.i...d_id=32690
https://diptera.i...d_id=36028
Edited by Roger Thomason on 18-02-2022 12:21
 
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