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Mountainous area with birchs and hazels. 4th August, 2017.

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Maybe Fannia?
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
 
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Maybe. I have another similar one from the same place identified as Fannia sp. Let's wait for someone confirmation.
Thanks Niels.
 
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It is Muscidae (Fannia never has 4 post dc)
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Thank you Nikita. Discarded Fannia then. Any idea about the genus?
 
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