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Drosophilidae => Drosophila cf. transversa
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Drosophila phalerata.
 
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Thanks Jan

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The fly looks male to me (?) - if so, then phalerata would be darker at the end of the abdomen. That suggests transversa (or perhaps curvispina) to me.
 
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The shine on abdominal tergites paradoxically somewhat obscures the pattarn. Now I looked better and I agree with djo. D. transversa is more probable choice.
 
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