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Fly in house (25.04.19): Scenopinidae? --> Scenopinus cf. glabrifrons (m)
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

I found this 5 mm fly at the wall of a store room (northwest Germany). Unfortunately I could only take this single, small photo. Can nevertheless Scenopinus sp. be confirmed? It would be a new family/genus/species for me.
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Jürgen

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Jan Maca
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Certainly Scenopinus. Looks like S. niger.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
Certainly Scenopinus. Looks like S. niger.


Many thanks, Jan!
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I disagree. Scenopinus niger is black including legs. So, from this picture I think it is S. glabrifrons... Juergen, do you have the picture of higher quality?
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Hello Libor,

libor wrote:Juergen, do you have the picture of higher quality?

no, sorry. As I wrote in my initial posting, I only have this photo. Then the fly was gone... Frown
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