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Muscid from 25.05.22 --> Phaonia palpata (f)
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 26-05-2022 20:22
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Hello,

a 7-8 mm female Muscidae from a hedge (northwest Germany) yesterday. Phaonia or Helina?
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It seems to me that it has long and widely dilated palpi: so (Phaonia palpata?)
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Thank you, Nikita!

Unfortunately I don't have a really better picture. Maybe this combination helps?
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Yes, Ph. palpata
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
Yes, Ph. palpata


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