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Sarcophagidae?
exonie
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Posted on 09-09-2022 15:37
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Botevgrad, NW Bulgaria; 7.IX.2022
Can you help with identification?

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Amobia?
 
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Is the background a brick wall ?

Theo
 
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The fly was on a dirtroad with some pieces of building rubbish.
 
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I was thinking Amobia as well, but the habitat is no clear match. Maybe it is some aberrant Miltogramma….


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Alright, thanks for the comments John and Theo Smile
 
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