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Muscidae?
AntonioJPizarro
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Hello. Any help with this fly? (July, south of Spain).
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Musca
 
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John Carr wrote:
Musca


Thanks John.
 
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More precisely: male Musca Smile
To tell apart the frequent M. domestica and M. autumnalis, see here: https://diptera.i...d_id=18723. However, you might have still more species in your region.
 
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Sundew wrote:
More precisely: male Musca Smile
To tell apart the frequent M. domestica and M. autumnalis, see here: https://diptera.i...d_id=18723. However, you might have still more species in your region.


Thankyou Sundew.
 
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Maybe Musca sorbens?
 
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AntonioJPizarro wrote:
Maybe Musca sorbens?


I think the stripes are too evenly spaced for Musca sorbens.
 
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