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Fanniidae or Muscidae? (30.07.19) --> Fannia sp.
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 06-08-2019 21:16
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Hello,

another fly from the light in our garden (northwest Germany). Only about 3.5-4 mm.
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Pic #3, with Tricholauxania praeusta (Lauxaniidae).
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A female of Fannia, further determination difficult.
 
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I agree with Jan. The leg chaetotaxy doesn't fit any Muscidae that i am familiar with. I can't see the a2 vein either. I also vote for a Fannia female.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Thanks a lot, Jan and John!
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