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Diptera from Aguas Calientes (Perú) -> Lauxaniinae
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In a hotel corridor. 1/11/16

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Lauxaniidae, I think. Possibly Xenochaetina sp.
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Looks like a species of Notiphila Ephydridae. At a guess Smile
 
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Probably one of the black Sapromyza s.l.
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Thanks to all. Then Lauxaniinae for sure.
 
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Yup
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Good.
 
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