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Heleomyzidae from 26.01.18 --> cf. Scoliocentra brachypterna
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

a 6-7 mm fly last night at a garden shed, northwest Germany. Mycophaga testacea?

(Sorry, no more pictures.)
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I could be wrong, but I think this is Heleomizidae......

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javanerkelens wrote:
I could be wrong, but I think this is Heleomizidae......


Thanks, Johanna! That was my first thought, too. But then I estimated it too big for Heleomyzidae and lacking those conspicuous spines at the wing margins (it surely has small ones).

I will change the title.
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Tribe Heleomyzini! Do you have any lateral views?
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Hello!

Andrzej wrote:
Tribe Heleomyzini!


Thank you.

Do you have any lateral views?


No, sorry, this is the only photo Frown.

I only have pictures of a similar fly from the next day, by day on our dustbin. But I'm afraid, no latereal views either...
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Another picture of the second fly.
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probably Scoliocentra brachypterna
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Andrzej wrote:
probably Scoliocentra brachypterna


Nice. Thanks a lot!
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