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cf Melanomyia? by TZ.
Jim Senn
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2022-07-17, Badem, RLP, DE; cf Morinia doronici photo on leaf for ID help.
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2nd photo.
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Difficult to say from these angles.
Abdomen is very elongated and the fly looks small.
I am thinking Melanomyia (or Angioneura)

Theo
 
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Fly is probably 3-4mm, which is smaller than the 5.5mm that Morinia doronici is listed. Angles & lighting are less than optimal but that is how it goes in nature sometimes. Thanks for your help.
 
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Yes, that is too small for Morinia.

Theo
 
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Thanks, again.
 
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