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Posted on 01-08-2006 22:36
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From today just north of Stockholm, Sweden. A rather small fly, aprox 4-5 mm I think.

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A Chloropid, it seems. A good clue it the rather large ocellar triangle.
 
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Looks rather like a Meromyza species - very difficult to identify females. Sad
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Thank you Steve and Tony!
 
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Hello!

I have just found a rather similar fly here in Germany today. It was only 3 mm long. Is this also Meromyza? Thanks!
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