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Anthomyiidae - Egle?
Tlerdahl
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Found in Bergen,Norway a few days ago.

Could this be in the genus Egle? And is it possible to get the species name from the photos?

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In the Egle brevicornis species group. They are especially hairy.
 
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Thanks a lot for the ID, John. When you said it´s in the Egle brevicornis species group, does that means there are several species with the name Egle brevicornis, so you can´t get exact ID on my species? I know almost nothing about diptera, so I ask and hope I can learn something.

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There are at least two other species very similar to Egle brevicornis. They have different names. One is Egle ciliata.
 
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Thanks a lot for the information. So to get exact ID, they must be checked under a microscope..

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