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Phaonia pallida?
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 17-10-2005 12:26
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Hello diptera-reader,

Last week I saw this kind of diptera on mushrooms in the Amsterdam woodforest.
I like to know what kind of diptera this is..
Perhaps Phaonia pallida? (red/orange coloured body) or is this fly(the head&body) too smalll for Phaonia species.
Size: 8-10 mm

I can't find information about occuration of Phaonia pallida in the Netherlands, is it a common fly?

Robert
Edited by Robert Heemskerk on 22-10-2005 11:14
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
Jan Willem
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Posted on 17-10-2005 13:39
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Hi Robert,

More photo's would be nice, because at the moment there is no photo attached at all! Grin

If you need more info on how to attach images see:

http://www.dipter...p?cat_id=2

Jan Willem
Edited by Jan Willem on 17-10-2005 13:42
 
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 17-10-2005 15:00
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I reduced the size form 330 kb to 43 kb
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http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
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Posted on 17-10-2005 19:47
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There were about 30 flies on this these mushrooms.
www.diptera.info/forim/5-0889-2.jpg
 
http://robertheemskerk.nl/plaatjevandedag.htm
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