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Anthomyia sp. (f)? --> Eustalomyia hilaris (m)
ukursawe
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Posted on 28-06-2023 14:39
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Hi,

This fly took a rest on the wall of our house in the late afternoon.

I would expect hat to be an Anthomyia sp. (female?), maybe A. procellaris. Can that be confirmed or excluded from the attached image and/or is a narrower determination possible ?

Germany, Southern Bavaria, Munich (-West), 27.06.2023, app. 8-10 mm

Greetings, Uli
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Eustalomyia hilaris
 
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Hi John,

wow, that was quick. Thank you for the identification, and from the images that I have seen on the web its more likely male than female?

Greetings & Thanks, Uli
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This is a male.
 
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Thanks for the confirmation!

Greetings, Uli
 
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