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some more unidentified Flies from Tien Shan
Askar
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Posted on 26-09-2020 17:04
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1. My guess to this Fly is Gymnosoma nudifrons, but I am not 100% sure.

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2. Fly which I saw many years ago. I have no any idea.

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3. last Flies

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thank you
 
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Please, one species per thread (you must have read the Forum Code of Conduct Wink ).
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Sorry Paul, I realy read conditions. But...
 
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the first is Gymnosoma, but definitely not nudifrons. Either clavatum or dolycoridis like.

Gymnosoma is a very difficult genus, see our DNA review

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/syen.12450


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thank you Theo
 
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1 Nemestrinidae and 3 Asilidae
 
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Thank you, John. Nemestrinidae is good direction to me. Third Fly was recognized as Grypoctonus hatakeyamae in https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/60710116
 
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