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(R) Anthomyiidae ? ID please. Could it be Delia sp. ?
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6mm body.
7th Oct. 2017 - Kitchen, Flensburg, N.Germany.
Saved from drowning in my coffee.
Subsequently fattened to almost bursting point on coffee creamer!

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Anthomyiidae I think
 
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Thank You tlegrand,

I wonder if it is one Delia sp. I had a lot of brassicas in my vegetable garden this year so it might be Delia radicum but I guess it's impossible to tell from these photos.

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