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Phasia sp.
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 01-10-2005 18:26
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01 okt, Moscow region
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And this fly is it female of same Phasia sp?
Less (2/3) size, abdomen black not grey, wings almost clear, white spots on thorax on some fly halfvisible, on some fly invisible at all.
Same time, same place.
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Hi Nikita

A male and a female Phasia obesa.
In most Phasia, there is a very strong sexual dimorphism.


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Thank you Theo for both Phasiinae and one "Phasiinae".

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Hello, Theo!

Zeegers wrote:
A male and a female Phasia obesa.


The female strongly resembles a fly I photographed yesterday here in Ostwestfalen/Germany. Is it also Phasia obesa? It was about the size of a house fly. Thanks in advance!

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Most likely, Ph.obesa


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Hello!

Zeegers wrote:
Most likely, Ph.obesa


Thanks a lot, Theo!
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