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Rhinophoridae - Paykullia maculata
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I knocked this fly out of a juniper bush, on the coast of Vestfold, Norway on 23 August. Only 4 mm.

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Chanage title to Rhinophoridae to atteact Theo.
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Thanks - but the title is Rhinophoridae so there is nothing to change! Wink

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Hi Morten, I consider if it could be Paykullia maculata. The wing venation looks a bit weird as the bend of m seems to be asymmetrically.
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I agree with Eric. It is a bt weird, aberrations do occur though.
And head profile indicates Paykullia.

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Thank you so much, Eric and Theo!

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