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Beach Anthomyiidae ~ Muscidae Limnophora sp.
Roger Thomason
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Anyone stick a Genus on this female Antho. found at a stagnant pool which was covered in rotting seaweed and goose crap at a beach.
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I'm more inclined towards Muscidae with this one - Limnophora perhaps?
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Maybe Limnophora triangula.
Manual of Central European Muscidae gives "Frons as broad as 1/3 of head width in both sexes, 2 orbitals on each side, fronto-orbital plates brownish grey, parafacialia silvery white, brown frontal triangle often reacdhing anterior frontal margin, ...Scutum with 3 longitudinal stripes, 3 post-sutural dorsocentrals, presutural acrostichals in 3-4 irregular rows. .. Eurasian, in Europe from Spain, Corsica and Sicily to Scotland and Lapland."
It looks a bit 'clean' compared to the other photos of the species on this site but your specimen might be just newly hatched (or it could be the flat illumination).
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Thanks once again for the input and the corrections Tony and Tristram. I have a couple of Limnophora on my Checklist but not L.triangula. They are Limnophora maculosa, Limnophora uniseta.
Not sure what "flat illumination" means but photos I take are all naturally lit with no flash. Pfft

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