Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Muscidae: Dasyphora albofasciata? --> No, it's "only" Musca autumnalis
Posted by kuv on 24-11-2021 15:54
Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Neu-Lankau near Mölln, right by the Elbe-Lübeck-Canel
, at a meadow where wood is placed in stacks for open fire, length of the fly: 8.4 mm, Outsidephotos kuv, 28th of July 2021. I think it is Dasyphore albofasciata
like Nikitas picture in the Diptera Gallery (s. https://diptera.i...oto_id=718
) Is this ID ok?
Edited by kuv on 26-11-2021 10:41
Posted by kuv on 24-11-2021 15:55
Posted by kuv on 24-11-2021 15:56
Posted by eklans on 24-11-2021 16:29
Hi Kuv, for me it looks more like one of Sarcophagidae.
The second images shows the row of proclinate orbital bristles for Amobia, I think - but I'm not sure!
Posted by John Carr on 24-11-2021 17:57
I think it's a Musca
Posted by Xespok on 24-11-2021 18:39
Plus one vote for Musca (female)
Posted by eklans on 24-11-2021 18:49
And another vote for Musca (after cleaning my glasses).
Posted by kuv on 24-11-2021 21:29
Thank you to John, Gabor and Eric -
and asking "carefully" M. autumnalis?
Edited by kuv on 24-11-2021 21:29
Posted by eklans on 24-11-2021 22:10
Hi Kuv, we can exclude domestica (frontal vitta three times as broad as one fronto-orbital plate) and osiris (eyes hairy). Remains autumnalis (very common, most probably), larvipara and tempestiva.
Posted by kuv on 25-11-2021 12:01
Thank you very much Eric.
Posted by Nikita Vikhrev on 25-11-2021 18:36
Posted by kuv on 26-11-2021 10:40
Thank you Nikita for information.