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Black Muscidae: Phaonia atriceps ? No, perhaps Hebecnema sp., female
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Denmark, island Fyn, Middelfart, coastal area at the Fænøsund, at a leaf of bramble; Outsidephotos: kuv, 31th of July 2016. Is my idea ok? Please help.
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Phaonia atriceps should have 3 posterior bristles on its mid tibia. It might be Phaonia halterata which has only 2.
 
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Thank you very much tristram Smile - so I'll change headline.
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I don't think it is P. halterata, which has 3 post dc and pubescent arista.
I think to a female Hebecnema nigra (I can't see any Phaonia bristle), but I'm bothered because it seems to have a long prealar (and prst acr ?). Very difficult to see.
If really so, it would be something else, but I can't see what.
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Thank you very much Stephane. I think so it still should be named "Muscidae (unidentifiable)" but first I try to give you a better (?) look with an enlargement of the first photo - hoping I had understood you in the right way.
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I think that Hebecnema is correct.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Thank you very much John and Nini for your assessment.
Greetings Kuv
 
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