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Anthomyiidae, Fanniidae or Muscidae? (12.03.19) --> cf. Egle sp. (Anthomyiidae)
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

a 4-5 mm male that visited the light in our garden (northwest Germany) some nights ago.

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Difficult to get a good photo of the wing venation with these dark flies, so I am thinking that the hind tibia has lots of bristles, which suggests Anthomyiidae - generally fewer in Muscidae and Fanniidae.
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Tony Irwin wrote:
I am thinking that the hind tibia has lots of bristles, which suggests Anthomyiidae - generally fewer in Muscidae and Fanniidae.


Thank you, Tony! That was my main suspicion, too.
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Probably Egle. They feed on Salix pollen.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Probably Egle. They feed on Salix pollen.


Thanks, John! I had taken photos of a small fly, which I tentatively identified as Egle sp., on Salix caprea flowers at the end of February, when we had nearly 19 °C here (but since two weeks the weather is rainy and stormy Frown).
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