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Odd fly (to me t least)
Andre Jas
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Posted on 18-08-2005 00:05
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Does anyone recognize this?

http://www.birdforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=28012

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Andr
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This is the snail-killing fly or marsh fly, Coremacera marginata (Sciomyzidae). You can find a picture in the gallery as well (here).
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Andre Jas
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Someone suggested coremacera tristis, but I can't compare because I can't find any images of this. I gather coremacera marginata is more common, so more likely or does coremacera tristis look entirely different?

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If the picture was taken in the Netherlands, you can rest assured that it is C. marginata.
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Thanks again Paul!

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