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Anthomyiidae: A. liturata or A. confusanea? female
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Hello,
Denmark, Fyn (West), Middelfart, coastal area, walking path near the shore, old beeches with underneath small bushes like hazel, bramble, at a leaf of hawthorn, 10th of August 2016, (Photos: kuv). Is my idea "Hydrophoria lancifer" ok? Please help to get the ID
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One more chance to ID, please.
Greetings Kuv
 
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It seems to have darkened cross veins. As far as I know, that makes it A. liturata or A. confusanea.

James
 
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Thank you very much James Smile. So I'll change headline.
Greetings Kuv
 
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