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Drosopilidae flies aggregations
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Posted on 19-09-2019 20:42
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Numbers on a kithchen ceiling. Flies much bigger than melanobaster. Just this phone photo. Posibble to identify?
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Undeterminable from this photo, but most probably (there are not so many kitchen flies) a member of repleta-group (in greater magnificatin, mesonotum has conspicuous pattern of darker dots).
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Thanks. As I just learned, common indor drosophilas in Europe are malenogaster, subsobscura, ambigua and funebris (else?). Can be it from that ones? I made some photoshoping to the fragment of the picture to expose detiles.
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Please see my e-mailed reply. Jan
 
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