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Which Phaonia? => Phaonia tuguriorum
Markus Koschinsky
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Posted on 16-01-2022 16:25
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Dear Forum,

I found this fly in my kitchen. I think it's of genus Phaonia. Is it possible to determine the species?

Thanks,

Markus
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Hi Markus, from what I see: a female Phaonia tuguriorum.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Hi Eric, that's indeed one of the potential candidates which I had already checked and thought "could be"... so, thanks a lot for the confirmation!

Markus
 
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