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Heleomyza modesta (Heleomyzidae)
Karol Ox
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Hello. Thank you for your help. 15.1.2018, Slovakia, Rozhanovce. Size ca 6 mm.
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Heleomyzidae. May be either Heleomyza borealis or Heleomyza modesta OR May be neither. awkwardCool
 
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No doubt it's H. modesta. H. borealis is not distributed in the Central Europe. Wink
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Roger Thomason wrote:
Heleomyzidae. May be either Heleomyza borealis or Heleomyza modesta OR May be neither. awkwardCool

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Andrzej wrote:
No doubt it's H. modesta. H. borealis is not distributed in the Central Europe. Wink

Thank you for confirmation TumbsUp
 
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