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Muscidae - Phaonia
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A large beautiful muscid, I think it should be Helina.
Is ID possible?

South Norway 3rd Sep.
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female of Phaonia with yellow tip of scutellum and hairy notopleuron
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Thank you! I don't know why I ended at Helina before, now I ended at Phaonia, and it should be either P. errans or P. valida. probably errans, S1 seems to be quite hairy. However, I see some orangeish hairs on the lower side of head.
 
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