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Anthomyiidae ? id ?
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Coenosia tigrina (Muscidae)?
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Looks OK ? to me.

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Coenosia is correct but separating tigrina from humilis can be difficult by photo.
take care when assigning a species by photo. I recommend a cf in this case.
Edited by johnes81 on 09-07-2019 16:26
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Hello John,

johnes81 wrote:take care when assigning a species by photo.


therefore the question mark... Wink
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