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Tephritidae - Acinia corniculata, female.
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SE Norway, 13.09.2018, 5,7 mm. Small meadow by a stream.

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Its a female of Acinia corniculata. Characteristic is the large "M" of dark coloration on the wing good visible on the first picture.
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Thank you very much for the species name and the explanation!

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