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Helina impuncta? (4x Pics) (Cairngorms, Scotland)
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Posted on 30-07-2022 16:59
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Hi All

I found this fly on some teasels ans thistles on the edge of a meadow, woods nearby.

The closest I can find is Helina impuncta - red legs, no markings on abdomen, red/orange palps.
Face and eyes are a good match too. But I understand there are others that are similar.

In reality, this fly looks quite olive in colour.

The locale is a little out of area too, that's my main concern.

Could some please ID?

Yours, Gareth
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Female Phaonia angelicae (tibia III: posteroventral seta in apical third = "Phaonia bristle", 0 ac pre, 4 dc post).
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thanks Eric.

Think I need a latin course Smile
 
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Not the worst idea Wink - or have a look at Paul's Glossary:
https://diptera.i.../terms.php
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thanks Eric Smile
 
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