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Anthomyiidae ID => Zaphne cf. divisa
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Posted on 15-01-2020 07:56
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Russia, Kirov region. 08.10.2016.

Vladimir.

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I think this is Muscidae; Phaonia species

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Thank you very much, Johanna!

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No, it has 2 pd on t3 and crossed interfrontals = some Anthomyiid female
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Yes, you are right Nikita, looking at the other photos on the website (which I overlooked again..) it seems to be Zaphne cf. divisa

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I agree that Zaphne is the best candidate
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Thank you very much, Nikita, Johanna!

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