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Stratiomyidae ? in Turkey
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Odontomyia ornata or other Odontomyia species
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I'd go with ornata on this one. Unfortunately the highlights on the wing prevent any accurate assessment of the venation, but the general coloration seems OK.
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Scutellum with two spines. Clearer in the photo I uploaded. That's why I think Odontomyia ornata. What you say now?
 
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