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Calliphoridae? --> not Lucilia cuprina/sericata
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Denmark, Fyn (West), Middelfart, coastal area, walking path near the shore, hedge with bushes like hazel, bramble and wild roses, at a leaf of Rubus sp., 11th of August 2016: (Photos: kuv). Is my idea "Lucilia cuprina" – after looking in the Diptera Gallery – ok? Please help to get the ID
Greetings Kuv
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2nd picture:
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Lucilia cuprina is a North American species with a broad frons, pale basicosta, and three postsutural acrostichals.
 
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Thank you very much John Smile – Oops, I ignored that this fly is not living in Europe.
So I think that it could be L. sericata. Right?
Greetings Kuv
 
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Lucilia sericata has a broader frons than this fly and three postsutural acrostichals where this fly has two.
 
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Also here: Thank you very much John Smile.
I've no idea - perhaps somebody can say more.
Greetings
 
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