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Fannia canicularis. South coastal of Spain.
Maherjos
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Posted on 23-06-2019 22:43
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Photograph taken on 23, June, 2019 on a wall inside my house, in urban environment in Motril, Granada, Spain.
Immediate area of the Mediterranean coast.
Apparent size with wings, about 8 mm

Thanks in advance for any help!
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Fannia
 
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John Carr wrote:
Fannia


Thank you TumbsUp
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99% that it is F. canicularis
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
99% that it is F. canicularis


Very grateful for your help in identification. TumbsUp
If you want to check it, I can send the insect by mail in a small eppendorf ... Wink

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Thank you for your offer. Not F. canicularis, but, for example, Spanish Sciomyzid are always wellcome.
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
Thank you for your offer. Not F. canicularis, but, for example, Spanish Sciomyzid are always wellcome.


I'll keep it in mind when I get some specimen TumbsUp
 
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