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Sarcophagidae, Metopia sp., male
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Austria, July.

Thank you for your help!

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Well, that is a Sarcophagidae male: Metopia.
We would need to see a closeup of the front tarsus to say more.

Theo
 
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uiuiu, thank you Theo!

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