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Graphomya -> Male Graphomyia maculata.
Pentti Ketola
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Hello,

28. July 2016, Kokkola Finland.
Is it possible to identify?

Kind regards!
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Definitely a Muscidae, but not your straightforward Graphomyia maculata (unless Finnish are very different coloured from Central European)

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The colour is strange indeed, but they are quite variable - so I think it's the male Graphomyia maculata.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Thank you very much Theo, Eric!

Greetings, Pentti
 
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