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perhaps Sepsidae from a caw pad
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Central Poland, July this year. Quite small, any chance fot id?
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very general entomologist
 
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Just tearned fom a comprehensive pdf book

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/369998930_Cow_patty_critters_An_introduction_to_the_ecology_biology_and_identification_of_insects_in_cattle_dung_on_Canadian_pastures

that this should be Copromyza sp. from Sphaeroceridae
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Not Sphaeroceridae. Possibly Saltella.
 
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Morning, this in not Sphaeroceridae, the basitarsis on the hind leg would be short and wide in that Family.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Not Sphaeroceridae. Possibly Saltella.
Yes, S. sphondylii
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Tony, I HAD a blank in the file name. Sorry!

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Tony, thanks! I tried it (see "Cylindromyia" Wink but don't see the image in the post.

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