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Posted on 11-06-2020 16:51
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Zalamea de la Serena - Badajoz (Spain), 14th July, 2018.

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One of the metallic green Muscidae
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I missed this one. Thank you Paul.
 
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Dear Paul,
relying on the above image, not giving much details - how do you exclude Lucilla?
M-bending ??

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Edited by Lothar Schuh on 26-09-2020 12:48
 
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M-bending and general jizz.
Most probably it is female of Pyrellia vivida.
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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Sorry for entering your thread Jfdocampo…

Dear Nikita,
What tells you that it is not Neomyia??

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Edited by Lothar Schuh on 26-09-2020 15:13
 
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No problem Lothar. Any comments are welcome. Thank you everybody.
 
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