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Nikita Vikhrev
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Antalia, june
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I'm not an expert, but my guess would be that this is a sciomyzid. Well let the experts raise their voice!

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Thank you, JeeWee
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Family Ephydridae, genus Notiphila.
 
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Thank you, Kahis.

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but the eggs of course must be sth else, maybe a beetle?
 
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The eggs will not belong to the fly depicted but may well be of another fly. Some Scathophagidae lay eggs like this, though I do not know whether these are white or not.
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