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Anthomyiidae (Hyporites montanus)
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Hello,
Collected in the Alps between 1800 and 2000 m. altitude.
I did not find anything serious.

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I could be wrong, but it seems Hyporites montanus to me.
If not, could you show more of the legs chaetotaxy..

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A mediocre pic. to be proposed to you, but I think that the identification is correct.
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