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Muscidae_ID? (Hydrotaea cf. capensis(female)
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What kind of Muscidae this flies. Slovak Republic, Malß Fatra-Terchovß, approximately 700 m above sea level. Thank you very much for your help. Best regards! Fote date: 12.09.2011.
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Female Hydrotaea, I think H. capensis. Does the frontal triangle reaches the anterior part of frons ?
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Female Hydrotaea, I think H. capensis. Does the frontal triangle reaches the anterior part of frons ?


Stephane thank you very much.
 
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