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Heleomyzidae? (25.10.22) --> Tephrochlamys tarsalis
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Hello,

confusingly there were three fly species from different families, but all with an orange abdomen, visiting my fruit baits in our courtyard this afternoon (northwest Germany): Phaonia subventa (Muscidae) was easy. Another fly I believe to be Mycophaga testacea (Anthomyiidae). And then there was this 6-7 mm fly, which unfortunately did not allow better photos. I think, it is Heleomyzidae. Correct?
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Is at least Heleomyzidae correct?
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One more chance, please.
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with all probability Tephrochlamys tarsalis
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Environmental Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Andrzej wrote:
with all probability Tephrochlamys tarsalis


Thanks a lot!
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