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doubt about sciomyzidae
paqui
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Posted on 24-10-2005 19:30
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I?ve seen one photo of a fly and I?m not sure, but it seems sciomyzidae to me, but looking for genus I only see darker ones; it?s similar to Coremacera, but really pink!
I can?t find any reference to know if it?s coloration depends on weather or if it?s a different species

http://www.insect....php?t=393
this photo?s been taken in Asturias (the north of spain is very similar to the west coast of france, everything green (meadow), rainy weather)
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I saw a picture of a similar wing belonging to Euthycera chaerophylli in Fauna d'Italia. That is indeed Sciomyzidae.
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Posted on 26-10-2005 15:01
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Thanks! I still don?t know this fauna and you know from many countries! wow! Smile
 
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Books can get you a long way if you knwo where to look. Wink
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