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Fly ID > cf. Melanomya nana (female)
Maks S
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Posted on 08-11-2019 11:37
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Would it be possible to ID at least the family? Found by a friend on 2.09.2019 in Warsaw.

chwastowisko.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/mucha82a.jpg
chwastowisko.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/mucha82b.jpg
chwastowisko.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/mucha82c.jpg
Edited by Maks S on 08-11-2019 16:30
 
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Posted on 08-11-2019 12:00
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I see no pic ?
No blanks in filename allowed !

Theo
 
Maks S
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Posted on 08-11-2019 12:59
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The photos should show up as they're url links to images. I've been posting this way for quite some time, so I don't know why it might not work.
 
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Posted on 08-11-2019 15:51
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confer female Melanomya nana (Calliphoridae)

Best wishes,
John
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
Maks S
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Thank you very much for the ID.
 
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