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It could be a specimen of Drosophila replete?
Maherjos
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Posted on 04-12-2023 23:18
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Photograph taken on 2023-12-04 in my house, in urban environment, Motril, Granada, Spain

Thanks in advance for any help!
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The picture looks somewhat supernatural . the colours of D.repleta are usually less contrasting. But yes, apparently it is repleta.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
The picture looks somewhat supernatural . the colours of D.repleta are usually less contrasting. But yes, apparently it is repleta.


Thank you, Jan Maca.

Indeed, to the naked eye, this small fly, with a body length of just three mm, appears very dark and hardly any details.
The increase in macro photography and flash lighting reveals the drawings and colors of his body.
I add another photograph of its dorsal view. Both this photograph and the previously uploaded one can be seen in larger size by clicking on them.

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