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Ephydridae Scoliocephalus pallidisetis
Manuel Lopez
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Posted on 16-11-2014 12:55
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An small fly from Granada, I've seen it for the first time yesterday.

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Possibly Philygria, but really need to see specimen.
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Philygria has posterior notopleural bristle above anterior, unlike this fly.
 
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Thanks to both Smile
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Tadeusz Zatwarnicki
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It is Scoliocephalus pallidisetis.
It is not rare on Tamarix in southern Spain.
Good photo.

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Smilek!

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