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Hippoboscidae: Pseudolynchia canariensis
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Posted on 23-10-2009 22:39
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This fly found its way inside the office where I work.

I believe it's Ornithomya, is it?
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Another view:
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I'd say Pseudolynchia canariensis
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My impression as well

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Thanks very much!
A lot of pigeons visit the building, so that makes perfect sense.
Do you want any of these photos for the gallery?
 
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Yes, please, and would be great if you could collect some.
This species is still lacking in my collection.


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