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Discomyza ID please
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Thank you for your help!

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Discomyza incurva.
 
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Well, there is also Discomyza baechlii Zatwarnicki & Mathis, 2007 in Europe. I do not have this paper. Hopefully, Ephydridae experts would give you species name. For the time being, letś only say: Discomyza.
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On the third image it looks as if there is a reclinate orbital bristle, so it might well be baechlii.
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Paul Beuk wrote:
On the third image it looks as if there is a reclinate orbital bristle, so it might well be baechlii.

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Unfortunately the fly is not in good condition. Some bristles on the head are missing...

 
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Thank you Jan & Paul! (:
 
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