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Muscidae/Anthomyiidae -> Hylemya?
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It is possible to say something more about this fly?
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Female Anthomyiidae.
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Plumose arista limits possibilities. Hylemya?
 
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Thanks John.
It is a little better view a long haired arista.
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I was looking for a subapical ad seta on mid femur and it seems to be present. So if it is Hylemya, it might be H. urbica/variata.
Please, verify my thinking.
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