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Calliphoridae ??
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Hi,

this Calliphoridae is from Lithuania.
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Please ID.
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Greenish abdomen suggests a Bellardia sp.
 
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You can see hairs on the calypter in the last picture, by which it is Calliphorini (including Bellardia Smile )


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thanks, Tristram and Theo
 
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Bellardia is certain but i've had trouble deciding which species fits best with this specimen. I think that the weak tessellations and dusting of the abdomen, dark wing veins, hirsute abdomen with discals, one pv on foretibia and yellow palpi point to B. viarum. I do not study Bellardia at this time, so i prefer to see cerci/surstyli to be certain of my determinations with this genus.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
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