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Which fly? => Lispocephala brachialis
Cortmeyer
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Posted on 11-03-2022 18:41
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Hello,
I found this flyon february 28.
Could anyone say something about this?

Thanks and greetings
Chris
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Muscidae
 
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Thank You, John!

No more specific?
That's how it should be.

Greetings
Chris
 
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It has the long leg hairs of the predatory Coenosiinae, but it is not Coenosia because it has 2 pairs of presutural dorsocentrals.
 
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Check it out against Lispocephala brachialis in the Gallery.
https://diptera.i...to_id=8233
 
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Thanks, John and Roger!
Chris
 
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