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Unknown => Lispocephala
Woodmen
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Posted on 07-12-2019 11:01
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Russia, Kirov region. 12.04.2016.

Vladimir.

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Muscidae
 
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Coenosia tigrina?
 
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I agree with Coenosiini, but the darkened cross-veins suggest Lispocephala to me. (Of course I don't know which species you may have in Russia!)
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I agree with Tony: Lispocephala near alma
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Thank you very much, John, Tony, Nikita!

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