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A fly (2), forest with Caltha palustris
Dmitry Gavryushin
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Mating, size 4-5mm.
Same date/time/location as http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=1594.
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Same species?
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Yet another specimen of the same species?
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Sciomyzidae, quick and dirty: Renocera? Needs thorough check. Smile
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Thanks a lot Paul,

It's collected so there's hope for more correct ID.
 
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Pherbellia (Sciomyzidae). The propleural seta (above fore coxa) typical for Sciomyzinae is well visible in all photos.
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Hehe, I was only using my memory (and that did not serve me well, this time). Wink
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To Kahis and Paul: Many thanks for your information (I just dare not to call it feedback).
 
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I've got this flies collected.
Mesopleuras (= anepistern?) with short hairs on hind part.
Pherbellia griseola?
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On more fly collected by Black.
This time Ph. schoebherri?
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Hi Nikita,

Yes, Pherbellia schoenherri is correct!

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Thank you Jan.
I knew, if the fly's wings are spoted, it is your caseWink
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Is it Pherbellia schoenherri, too? April 03, 2007, in our town park.
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Yes. I think that Pherbellia schoenherri altougether with last year's Pherbellia griseola should be added in Gallery.
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