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Sciomyzidae

Could it be Coremacera fabricii? Central Poland, 08.06....

Posted by rafalk on 23 January 2019 13:19:24
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Beautiful wing pattern fly (Germany)

Hello James,

thanks for your help! I looked for Coremacera; in this region there are three specie...

Posted by AdrianBothe on 01 August 2018 11:08:53
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Sciomyzidae -> Euthycera fumigata

Hello,

today I took only one good picture of this appr. 10 mm Sciomyzidae in Hannover, Germany. A...

Posted by Haleun on 05 September 2014 19:56:19
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

Thank you Stephane and Valerio, the picture is submitted for the gallery.
Urs...

Posted by Urs on 12 July 2014 08:51:42
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

Very nice picture that would deserve to be in the gallery ! ;)...

Posted by Stephane Lebrun on 11 July 2014 22:45:10
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

Urs wrote:
Thanks for the tip, Valerio. Last attempt from my side: Coremacera fabricii?



|t ...

Posted by ValerioW on 11 July 2014 19:19:47
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

Thanks for the tip, Valerio. Last attempt from my side: Coremacera fabricii? ...

Posted by Urs on 11 July 2014 17:58:29
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

I give you a little tip, hoping will be appreciated: watch carefully 3rd antennomere's apex. I&#...

Posted by ValerioW on 11 July 2014 16:06:38
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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii

I think it is not Euthycera fumigata. Coremacera? Who can help? Thank you. No other view.

Foto: S...

Posted by Urs on 11 July 2014 16:01:29
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Sciomyzidae, NE HU, 05.2010 -> Coremacera marginata by Ruud

Yes, Coremacera(black hairs on tip of antenna). In my opinion Coremacera fabricii.

Greetings Fran...

Posted by Frank Marquard on 10 March 2011 23:28:48
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