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Ephydridae 2 => cf. Parydra sp.
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I think Hyadina sp. - It appears that there are striking wing spots, but I suspect most of these are reflections from flash.
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I never use flash and the day was cloudy.
Thanks Tony

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Raimo - thanks for the info. I will need to think again about this one ...
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I think the face is too bulging for Hyadina and this is one of the spotted Ephydrinae.
 
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Thanks John

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cf. Parydra sp. (det. Tadek)
 
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