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Muscoid fly ID -> Coenosia agromyzina (female)
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Posted on 06-05-2019 23:34
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Hi,
can this fly be IDed? Resolution not great, and quite tiny for a calyptrate fly. Seen early May in Vienna.

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Edited by Carnifex on 07-05-2019 12:11
Cheers, Lorin

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Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 07-05-2019 09:34
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Seems to be female Coenosia agromyzina
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Posted on 07-05-2019 12:09
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Thank you, Nikita!
Is there a published key specifically for (european) Coenosia available?
Cheers, Lorin

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Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 07-05-2019 13:42
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Lorin, give me you e-mail and I send you the key for European Muscid
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Posted on 07-05-2019 14:21
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This species is easy to identify by the shortened costa, ending at R4+5 instead of M.
 
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Posted on 07-05-2019 15:52
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Thanks for the helpful input, John!
Cheers, Lorin

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