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Help id, please -> Scathophaga inquinata
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Is it the same species on this two pictures, and what is it?
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Scathophaga
 
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John, thank you. Really, I have forgotten that S.stercoraria is not the only Scataphagidae.
 
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S. inquinata Meigen
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Nikita, thank you!
 
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Hi,

the genus name is Scathophaga.
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Really.
Jurgen, I'm embarrassed. Thank you!
 
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