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Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 20-06-2020 20:20
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hi flyforum,

Today I found this kind of flies on mushrooms, on old wood.
I couldn't make a good shot of the wing..

Is a identification possible with this picture?

Size about < 10mm
place: old poplarwood, on mushroom (honey fungus?)
Almere-buiten, Netherlands
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Posted on 20-06-2020 22:46
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Fly in this surrounding, looks similar;
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Might be Mycophaga testacea (Anthomyiidae)
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Thank you for your reaction,

I found the dark/greyish side-part of the abdomen/tergites rather typical.
I don't know if this is a characteristic of these flies?


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