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black and bristly => Phyto melanocephala (female)
Maik Hausotte
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Posted on 12-10-2020 09:48
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Hello!
Also with this fly from yesterday (October 11th, 2020) I have no idea what it could be called.
In the hope of increasing knowledge,
Maik
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Edited by Maik Hausotte on 12-10-2020 17:54
 
eklans
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Looks like a Sarcophagidae

Eric
 
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Looks like a Phyto (Rhinophoridae) to me. Note the petiole in the wing venation.

Theo
Edited by Zeegers on 12-10-2020 17:46
 
eklans
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Absolutely! Female Phyto melanocephala?

Eric
 
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Given locality, should be OK (99 % plus)


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Maik Hausotte
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Many thanks to both of you and best regards, Maik
 
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