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Is this ID correct?
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Hello Günter,

the reddish frons indicates Anthomyiidae. It never occurs in Muscidae.
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Thank you Jürgen.

Ok, so the photo on the German Wikipedia-page is wrong, because that one looked very similar and has a red frons (https://en.wikipe...trivittata)
Could it be the Anthomyid Hylema vagans/nigrimana?.
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Hello Günter,

Guenter wrote:
Ok, so the photo on the German Wikipedia-page is wrong, because that one looked very similar and has a red frons (https://en.wikipe...trivittata)

that photo definitely also shows a female Anthomyiid.

Could it be the Anthomyid Hylema vagans/nigrimana?.

Maybe... But Anthomyiidae can generally only seldom be identified after a photo. And I am no expert...
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The photo on German Wikipedia comes from a site that contributed many misidentifications to the Internet.
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31715949@N00
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I editted the Wikipedia page to remove the image Cool
 
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