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Unident. --> Muscidae, Hebecnema cf fumosa
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Muscidae.
perhaps a male Hebecnema but i need to check my specimen.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Thanks !
 
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sorry for taking so much time to reply. I've been busy.

the lack of a modified fore femur eliminates Hydrotaea and the chaetotaxy eliminates Azelia. So, yes, Hebecnema. I believe that the haltere are yellow. I think that it is most likely Hebecnema vespertina but we cannot see enough to be certain.

I am content with Hebecnema cf vespertina.

I hope that you have a pleasant day,
John
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Thanks a lot, John!
 
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I think H. cf. fumosa
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P.S. H. fumosa because:
1. It has remarkably large and reddish eyes.
2. H. vespertina is a spring species, males in May or early June, but not at late July.
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yes, the eyes bothered me but i don't have a fumosa specimen.
Thank you for the information and the correct id.

Best wishes,
John
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Thank you, Nikita!

Best wishes,
Gert
 
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