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Heleomyzidae->Suilla sp.
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Oak grove. Sierra Madrona, CS Spain. 5-8-2017
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Suillia

that the easy part doneSmile
 
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Thank you Mark!!
 
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If the costal spines were strong I would say: S. pallida !
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It does not look strong..
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Hmm, not easy when you make an ID from the pics. Maye be it's S. bicolor if the metatarsus of the fore leg bears a small triangular hook ...
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Sorry, but I'm not completely sure about the species level ... So then Suillia sp.
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Thanks a lot Andrzej!!
 
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