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Nemopoda nitidula? => Psilidae sp. (?) or Piophilidae sp. (??)
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Nemopoda nitidula or N. pectinulata or which?

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Not Sepsidae. Perhaps Piophilidae?
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Another photo. Any help?
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Yes, Piophilidae
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Hi tuomo and Paul,

I would say Psilidae instead of Piophilidae. there are huge dorsocentrals on the thorax. I know of no Piophilidae which have such huge dorsocentrals but there are Chamaepsila which do.

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Ectemnius wrote:
Hi tuomo and Paul,

I would say Psilidae instead of Piophilidae. there are huge dorsocentrals on the thorax. I know of no Piophilidae which have such huge dorsocentrals but there are Chamaepsila which do.

Kind regards,

Ectemnius


Thank you Ectemnius! Psilidae seems more like the images.

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