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Hippoboscidae -> Lipoptena cervi
Ray Perry
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Posted on 27-09-2021 18:59
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This very strange little fly (5-7mm incl. wings), settled under a field maple leaf (Acer campestre). The photos are terrible, but the big claws, thick leg, and unusual shape might be enough for a family ID .It was in a row of mixed trees, on the side of a gravel road, next to a field with lots of Highlander cows.
25 Sept. 2021, 4:15 p.m.
Scherrebektal https://www.flens...009%27]Das, Flensburg, S.H. @ 54.760257, 9.422510

Many Thanks in advance,
Ray

All my identified insect observations are recorded on Observation.org:-
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Looks like Hippoboscidae.
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Many Thanks Jan Willem.
 
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Lipoptena
 
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Many Thanks Jozef
 
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Given the date, it should be L. cervi.

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