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Phaonia trimaculata (Eric Eklans!); SW Spain
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Looks like Muscidae, but with these I get totally lost. Frown

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Hi Andre, quite sure it's a male Phaonia trimaculata.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thanks, once again Eric! TumbsUp
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