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Stomoxys calcitrans Juvenile Fly spreads wings.
Jim Senn
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Posted on 14-02-2021 18:35
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Photos 23 Aug 2016. Badem, RLP, Germany. These flies were hatching in the gravel by my house & then climbing the wall to dry their wings.
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With opaque wings.
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Apparently same brood, second fly with dry wings.
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eklans
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It's a pity we cannot see the proboscis -I think it's a still teneral Stomoxys calcitrans.

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Here is a lateral view but it seems to be little help since the proboscis seems to still be retracted like the wings.
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That's true, but the shape of the eye as well as antenna/arista confirms Stomoxys calcitrans.

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Jim Senn
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Thanks.
 
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