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Little heavy builded fly
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 09-04-2006 21:06
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Hi Flyreader,

This little fly (about 2,5 mm) got heavy builded legs.
I found them on some dung near meadow-land.

What kind of fly is it?

greeting Robert,
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and this tiny fly? (1-2 mm) Shock

also in meadow-land with some dung.
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Hi Robert,

The first one should be a Sphaeroceridae sp. and for the second one you can look here : http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=853#post_3110

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Thanks a lot Ben!

They look quite similar when I compare these flies.
Nice picture!

I place one more picture of that 'little dungfly', from another vieuw.
(I have got also one from the backside)

Frown, it's time to buy a nice book about flies, I think..

Robert,
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Robert Heemskerk wrote:
and this tiny fly? (1-2 mm) Shock

also in meadow-land with some dung.


Elachiptera (Chloropidae).
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