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Anthomyiidae ?
Lippo
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Posted on 17-09-2019 11:11
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SW France 2 days ago. Body about 7 mm long.

Again not even sure of the family. Wing veins do not help.

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Daniel Philippe : France : Sainte-Livrade-sur-Lot : 47110 : 15/09/2019
Altitude : 45 m - Taille : 7 mm estimé
Réf. : 240220
 
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Muscidae. The few Anthomyiidae with 2+4 dorsocentrals are hairier.
 
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Ah ! ok, thank you John, TumbsUp

I have been thinking of Hydrotaea, but the veins R4+5 & M are not getting closer towards the end as it should be for this genus ... and I do not have any alternative. Frown
 
Nikita Vikhrev
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Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Many thanks Nikita, TumbsUp
 
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