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Calyptrate Fly ID -> Fannia sp.
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Posted on 15-04-2019 22:49
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Hi,
probably hatched from kitchen waste, length about 5mm.
April, Vienna

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Cheers, Lorin
Edited by Carnifex on 22-04-2019 17:58
Cheers, Lorin

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John Carr
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Posted on 16-04-2019 00:08
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Family Muscidae
 
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Posted on 21-04-2019 19:46
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Thanks John,
asking the community: any further ID possible?
Cheers, Lorin

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Stephane Lebrun
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Posted on 21-04-2019 22:57
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Hello,
this is a female Fannia (Fanniidae).
Stephane.
 
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Posted on 22-04-2019 17:58
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Cheers, Lorin

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