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Chloropinae? Madrid, Spain > Asteia sp.
Alberto Narro
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Hello, I found this little one yesterday,
Abantos, Madrid, Spain, June 27th.
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Asteiidae, and I think all the European flies that look like this are Asteia.
 
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Asteia, not amoena, perhaps algeriensis. Hope you collected it...
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I'm sorry, but I did not collect it, too small for me. I only collect therevids...
Anyway, thanks for the ID Smile
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Quite confident now this is algeriensis
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