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Muscidae -> Helina depuncta
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Posted on 02-01-2018 21:59
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Southern Sweden in july

Possible to ID?

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I think it's a male Helina depuncta.
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Thanks Stephane!

Is there any specific charather that is good to see for a positive ID in this case?

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Actually, I'm rather confident with this one, because even if it had a setulose radial node (a character rarely visible on pictures), I couldn't see any matchable species.
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Okay, Thanks for your answer!

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