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Robert Heemskerk
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hi flyforum,

I found these flies on 18-10-2008 in the Amsterdam forest/The Netherlands.
It are Scatopsidae, what kind of species are they?

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Apiloscatopse.
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Thank you Paul,

And it is not Apiloscatopse picea I think, they seems to me much darker..
I just compare these with my last seen Apiloscatopse sp.

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Apiloscatopse flavicollis
 
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Thank you Phil Smile
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