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Lucilia?
FRV
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Posted on 07-09-2019 19:12
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Hi,

I have photographed this fly in Asturias, Spain (August). Length about 9-10mm.
Is it a Lucilia sp? if so which species could it be?
Thanks for help,
FRV
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Posted on 07-09-2019 20:12
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In North America the single postsutural acrostichal would exclude Lucilia.
 
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Posted on 08-09-2019 11:00
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Hi FRV, could be Neomyia cf. cornicina (Muscidae) - frons seems to be green, too.

Cheers Eric
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Posted on 08-09-2019 11:46
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Thank you very much John and Eric!
Greenbottle flies are so difficult to distinguish!
FRV
 
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