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Sciomyzidae I think,
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Can anybody help with ID?
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Rainieria latifrons (a rare species), I think.
 
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Eh, Gordon, where was the picture taken? Your profile still is on Lake Kerkini but I get the feeling this might be a recent picture from the Oriental region... In that case not Rainieria latifrons but anoither species from the same subfamily
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Paul, I've no idea where the photo was taken, my website was recently resold and the new owner did a lot of improvements, including some new, and poorly identified images from who knows where. So it could be from Mars for all I know. It was labeled as Tipulidae, the new owner seems to want to look after the site, but is a techy, not a zoologist.
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I have removed the image of this fly. It turns out to be a fly picture from shutterstock. I doubt I can be used without payment. The photographer is Thai by the way so it will be an Oriental one and it turned up in shutterstock under 'cranefly', hence the Tipulidae.
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ah ok ! I didn't knew oops !

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Ok... lower case naming for images.. understood,Lothar

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I uploadad a jpg, but it is not visible in the thread...Lothar

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