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Fly ID - Netherlands
brianp
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Posted on 08-11-2019 11:08
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Found several of these flies in my room last month. Any idea?

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Hello Brian,

I think it is a Lispocephala (Muscidae). More possibly from the experts.
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I'd say Coenosia attenuata
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
I'd say Coenosia attenuata


Oops... Awkward, that I did not recognize it, although I had my first find of that species just some weeks ago: https://diptera.i...d_id=92421
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Thank you very much !
 
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