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Acalyptrate fly.
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 03-10-2005 21:31
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01 okt, Moscow region, 6-10mm
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Hi Nikita,

Looks like Sciomyzidae to me!

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Thank you Jan. I wish you were wrong, but my expirience says it is few probably.
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
I wish you were wrong, but my expirience says it is few probably.

LoL, why do you wish he was wrong?

I am pretty sure it is Tetanocera, possibly T. ferruginea or maybe T. fuscinervis.
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I wished, because Scimyzidae always stop in family level. With identification like this yours I have nothing at all contre this family any more. Thank you Paul.
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