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Sepsidae ? -> Themira nigricornis
Eugene K
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Posted on 09-10-2019 21:46
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2019_04_19 Russia, Leningrad district.
Help id, please, if it possible.
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Ectemnius
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Posted on 09-10-2019 22:55
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Hi Eugene K,

Themira nigricornis! Meron entirely pruinose and wide, orange genae. Probably in the vicinity of a carcass? In spring you can find them in the Netherlands on carcasses of Roe deer.

Kind regards,

Ectemnius
 
Eugene K
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Thank you, Ectemnius. In fact, there were no carcasses nearby. It was early spring, flies gathered on a freshly cut stump flowing out of juice.
Thanks again
 
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