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Hippoboscidae - Ornithomya sp. avicularia or chloropus
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Found indoors, on kitchen window, shortly after I had returned from a long walk through a lightly wooded area. Maybe I was the host.
+/- 10mm long.
It had a strange habit of sometimes walking sideways.
14th August 2022 between 18:00 and 19:00.
Flensburg, N. Germany.

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Ornithomya
(avicularia or chloropus)
 
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Many Thanks Josef
 
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