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Posted on 02-04-2020 18:07
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Hi !

Center of France (Loiret) on april 2nd 2020 on the edge of a pond on hemerocale :
I think Copromyza, is it possible to go further ?
Thanks for help.

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I would rather say Sphaerocera curvipes.
 
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Scutellum is not right for Sphaerocera. More like Copromyza.
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Thank you both
The 2 first tarsomers of hind leg are inflated.
Could it be Copromyza cf. stercoraria
Edited by evdb on 03-04-2020 23:20
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Most likely Copromyza equina
 
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Thank you daved
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