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Muscidae: Phaonia? (02.11.19) --> Phaonia tuguriorum
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 13-11-2019 20:12
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Hello,

this fly came to the light in our garden (northwest Germany). It resembles the frequent Phaonia tuguriorum, but instead of 9-10 mm it measured only about 6 mm.

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Up... Smile
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Jurgen, I agree that Ph. tuguriorum is the most probable answer.
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Hello Nikita,

Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
Jurgen, I agree that Ph. tuguriorum is the most probable answer.

thank you! Then its larva had to starve a little bit... Frown
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