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npisec
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Posted on 08-01-2019 22:34
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Slovenia, Grosuplje, 10.10.2018, 470m

Can somebody identify this small fly?
Thanks in advance.

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Looks like Madiza glabra (Milichiidae)
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Hi Natalija & Tony,

It looks like, but actually is a Chloropidae. The wide frons and relatively large scutellum with short, stout black bristles at the edge point to this. I don't know the genus, but many times I've found this chloropid in a smaple and thought: Hey, Madiza. Only to be disappointed to find it is actually a Chlorpoidae…

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Yes, I was too hasty with Madiza - this fly is not "glabra" enough! Presumably this is near Siphonella/Calamoncosis - I'm not sure that it's possible to distinguish them from these photos?
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Thank you both Smile
Unfortunately I don't have any more detailed shot.
Best wishes from Slovenia,
Natalija
 
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Is this shot of any help?
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