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muscoid flies with broad eyes at a pond
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Posted on 20-07-2018 15:43
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Hi,

I frequently found these flies at the edge of a village pond in Burgenland (Austria).

Especially the broad head with the bulging eyes I find conspicuous.
Is the water's edge their habitat?

Cheers
Lorin

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Cheers, Lorin

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All requests are from the urban area of Vienna, if not otherwise stated.

My Diptera observations (and other living forms) can be found here, and corrections or comments over there would also be appreciated.
 
Tony Irwin
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Posted on 20-07-2018 16:37
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I think these are Lispe females, possibly tentaculata. There is a revision of this group available here: https://zookeys.p...hp?id=2240
Tony
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