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Anthomyiidae ?->Anthomyia pluvialis
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Mediterranean scrub. Sierra Morena. CS Spain (El Hoyo). 15-4-2017.
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The lower calypter is large. It may be Limnophora.
 
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The abdominal shape is typical of Anthomyiidae. And the procesess on the 5th sternite, although cannot be seen with enough detail, fits reasonably well that of Anthomyia pluvialis. The thoracic pattern fits too Smile
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Thank you both!!
 
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