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Very small Anthomyiidae ?
ORCHALLAN
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Posted on 12-02-2019 12:46
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Hello
At 1600m altitude, I found this little dipteran in the rental apartment ...
The wing venation evokes the family Anthomyiidae, without certainty
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos222/big/P1380733.JPG
ORCHALLAN : France : Auris : 38142 : 29/01/2019
Altitude : 1621 m - Taille : 2mm
Réf. : 222741
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Allan
 
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Looks Muscidae to me.
Coenosia species

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Hi Johanna, what coenosia could have shaded transverse veins ?

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Lispocephala can have those dark spots.
 
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You are right Eugene........Smile
Probably in my mind only they have darkened crossveins......in real live not ....LOL

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No problem Johanna !
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