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I'm sorry. Anthomyiidae?
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 03-10-2005 21:29
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To tell you truth I don't know what is Anthomyiida, only general impression. In this case a lot is visible, so I'll try.
1. Calyptrate fly - the line (I don't know English name) on thorax without long break.
2. Anal vein is long.
3. Who else if not Anthomyiidae.
Could I ask you confirm the family.
01 okt, Moscow region, 8-10mm
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Reminds me of Phaonia pallida but the head has more grey. Maybe another Phaonia species? Then it would be Muscidae.
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Thank you Paul.
It is not Phaonia pallida, if your previos identification of Phaonia pallida was correct.
http://www.dipter...ead_id=707
This one surely 1,5 more, less fatty, long legged, reddish whithout realy yellow color.
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I briefly compared the pic. with Thricops diaphanus (Muscidae) from my collection and they seem to match quite well.
 
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Thricops species are in general quite anthomyiid-like. Several species in this genus are forest-dwelling sweat-drinkers and insist on landing en masse on exposed skinAngry T. diaphanus doesn't seem to do this and I've found it only on flowers.
 
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Thank you Jere.
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