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Scathophagidae - more ID? --> Scathophaga inquinata, female
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Northern Germany, Hamburg-Rissen, Schnaakenmoor, way between mixed forest (with birch, pine, ash, oaks, alder buckthorn) and an area of moor, at a leaf of rowan, 18th of May 2018, Outsidephoto: kuv. To me it looks like S. inquitana, female, in the Diptera Gallery. Please help to get the ID.
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Please one more chance for ID.
Greetings Kuv
 
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Here is an enlargement of the first picture, as I hope there is a little make out the long hair of the arista and bristle(s) at the hind femora (as written in the key of Stuart Ball).
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This one is a much better S. inquinata than the other in https://diptera.i...d_id=88132. It is very similar to my female in https://www.orion...p;Nr=18960 that I dared to name S. inquinata. So we should not be too wrong...
 
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Thank you very much Sundew.
Best regards Kuv
 
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