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Muscidae? --> Anthomyiidae: Lasiomma cf. seminitidum
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Pinneberg-Waldenau near Hamburg, at the edge of the mixed forest Klövensteen, at a wooden stake; Outsidephotos: kuv, 2nd of July 2018. Sorry, although looking to the Gallery I have no real idea ... Please help to get the ID.
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Please one more chance.
Greetings Kuv
 
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Hi,

Eyes are hairy, ... Lasiomma sp. ?

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Well spotted Pierre-Yves, .....from what I can see I have doubt between Lasiomma anthomyinum or seminitidum...
Based on the 2-3 visible av on t3 I would say it is L. seminitidum, but I know the av setae on t3 in L. anthomyinum can be small, so maybe not visible on your photos.

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Hi Johanna, hi Pierre-Yves,
first of all: Thank you for your answer to my question Smile.
As I've no other picture, I tried to get an enlargement of t3; perhaps, Johanna, you can see more (although it's in a poor quality). Otherwise I should named it "Lasiomma cf. seminitidum".
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Lasiomma cf. seminitidum

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Thank you very much Johanna Smile
Greetings Kuv
 
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