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Delia platura? (Hebecnema nigra(male)
Mucha Fero
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Posted on 01-03-2011 06:21
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Delia platura is the correct name? Thank you very much.
Slovak Republik, Terchová region on the Malá Fatra 27.02.2011 11:54

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This is a male Hebecnema (Muscidae), and the halters appear to be blackish, so it is likely Hebecnema nigra.
Edited by Stephane Lebrun on 01-03-2011 07:37
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
This is a male Hebecnema (Muscidae), and the halters appear to be blackish, so it is likely Hebecnema nigra.


Stephane thank you very much.
 
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