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Ephydridae ? Notiphila
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Moscow Prov., Lukhovitsy, 24 VI 2018, sand of the pond coast
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Ephydridae, probably Notiphila (presutural bristles, costa ending at R4+5).
 
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John Carr wrote:
Ephydridae, probably Notiphila (presutural bristles, costa ending at R4+5).


Thank you, John! Now I have photo with some other new one for me family)
 
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Notiphila brunipes more likely
 
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