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Dryomyzidae - Dryomyza flaveola (male)
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Posted on 18-10-2007 18:53
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Hi

* locality - Fontelo's garden - Viseu - PORTUGAL
* date - 2007.10.13
* size - 11 mm
* habitat - public garden
* substrate - near dung


I suppose that this is D. flaveola...
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another..

defying the gravity. Smile
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nikita? Smile
 
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another..
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Dryomyza.











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not flaveola, Kahis? Therefore which are the other possibilities?
Does not chaetotaxy fits for D. flaveola? Let me know.
 
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I am not sure. I have all four European species in my collection, but your creature is not an exact match with any of them. Then again, my few D. flaveola are from brich forest at latitude 70N and hardly 4mm long, so they may not be the most typical specimens of this species Smile
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Kahis, really this fly is a little bigger. The size looks like tachinid Linnaemyia .
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Kahis, what a strange tiny D.flaveola live in Finland Shock Let us exchange specimens!
Jorge, I have nothing against your ID.
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Grin
And I found this fly in city. Wink I would never expect to find this in urban locals. I thought that was visible just in rural areas.
Yes... 4 mm for these flies... they must be very small in Finland... Grin
 
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The defying gravity shot is fabulous Jorge - well done Smile
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Thanks, Susan. The fly was trying to reposition, that's why this shows the unusual pose. Smile
 
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