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Ulidiidae: Otites guttata, female
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New photos - still no idea /:

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Superfamily Tephritoidea (patterned wings, sinous veins, R1 with hairs), family Ulidiidae.
 
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Thank you John!

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Otites centralis, most likely, but I am sure Valery will correct me if I am wrong.
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May be.
Shame on me, I only differentiate by far
O. centralis from O. guttata with certainty from male genitalia and shape of spermathecae.
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Thank you Paul & Val!
 
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Now I'd say it is Otites guttata: wing pttern more brownish than blackish, central brown area wide, subbasal crossband short and less intensive.
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Thank you very much, Val!

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