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Muscidae - Helina impuncta ?
maxi6215
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Posted on 25-11-2018 14:00
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Hello,

I observed this Muscidae the 18th of November in Calais in the north of France sunbathing on a Salix. Maybe a Helina as Helina impuncta , what do you think ?

Cordially maxime

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Hello,

the reddish frons points to Anthomyiidae (female).
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Ah I hesitated with an Anthomyiidae, is it possible to find the genre ?
 
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Is possible ?
 
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maxi6215 wrote:
Is possible ?


I don't think so. Female Anthomyiidae on not very sharp photos are nearly hopeless.
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Thank you, that's what I feared.
 
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