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Black Phoridae ID
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Posted on 19-03-2024 18:14

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Netherlands, today

Could this be Phora again?
Muhammad Arslan Ibrahim
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smol wrote:
Netherlands, today

Could this be Phora again?

I think it is from Sphaeroceridae family..
Edited by Muhammad Arslan Ibrahim on 19-03-2024 20:12
Tony Irwin
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No, it is a phorid. The hind basitarsus is much longer then any of the other segments.
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