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Which Muscoidea ?
Leif B Nielsen
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Posted on 30-09-2022 21:24

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I thougt I had seen a small Phasia, but one I had not seen before. Unfortunately I only got this one photo, before it blow away (very windy weather ) . I had Phasia barbifrons suggested, but did not know ?

(I am a " citizen scientist " in my local area . Skive, a community i Northern part of Denmark . Birds, insects, flowers, mushrooms etc )
Edited by Leif B Nielsen on 01-10-2022 11:31
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Posted on 01-10-2022 09:44

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Check the wing venation, it is a Muscoidea, possibly Fannia (?)

Leif B Nielsen
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Posted on 01-10-2022 11:35

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Thx Zeegers

I have corrected the headline and some text, and added a little bit
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