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Muscidae - Polietes ?
maxi6215
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Posted on 29-08-2018 12:51
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Hello,

I observed this Diptera the 20th of August in Calais in the North of France. I think of a Muscidae, maybe a Polietes ? What do you think ?

Cordially maxime

nordpasdecalais.observation.org/fotonew/6/18296156.jpg
 
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Posted on 05-09-2018 21:27
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Any idea ?
 
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It is not Polietes. Most probably Helina
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Thanks, now I think of a Helina evecta, what do you think ?
 
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I can not understand are eyes hairy or not. Any other image?
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Unfortunately, I don't have better pictures but the eyes don't seems hairy ?
 
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???
 
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Helina sp because necessary features are not discernible with this photo, such as, length of prealar versus second notopleural or length of aristal hairs. For the record, H. evecta is generally more stout than the fly in this photo.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Ok, thank you very much !
 
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