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Elena Regina
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Firenze, I-2020, TBL 5 mm

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Scias characterem non constituere genus, sed genus characterem.
 
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Hello,

Heleomyzidae (wait for Andrzej).
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Elena Regina
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Thank you, Juergen.

Yes, Heleomyzidae Smile

Tephrochlamys cf. rufiventris (Meigen 1830) ♀
Scias characterem non constituere genus, sed genus characterem.
 
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The antennae of Heteromyza atricornis are entirely black.
 
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With no doubts it is T. rufiventris!
dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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