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One more Phasia sp.?
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 01-10-2005 22:28
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01 okt, Moscow region.
While photografing I was sure that it is another Phasia. Now I'm not as sure.
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I get the impression it is Muscidae, this time.
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I agree.
Difficult to see with the wings out of focus, but this is no Phasia
More something like Graphomyia (Muscidae)

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Thank you Paul and Theo.
Could I ask you to glance a look on venation?
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yes, and this implies Muscidae !!
Oke, there is a bend in vein M, but it is very smooth, which clearly indicates Muscidae and not Tachinidae (though exceptions do occur).

So the wing venation was one of the clues in the original post


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Thank you Theo.
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