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Drosophila? by Martin Cooper

I don't have a key, but these little flies are always known as fruit flies in the family. I think it is a Drosophila. Is it possible to be more specific? Can anyone recommend a key? There are hundreds of them in the house at the moment so it would be a good time to have a closer look at them!

Martin

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2013-01-09 15:51:11
Help with identification, please. by Macrophoto

Hello Folks,
Hope I haven't taken this one too close and cut out anything essential for identification.

Grateful for your help.
  Bob

981
2012-06-25 14:10:33
Dasyrphus albostriatus, partly melanic female by chris

Observed 18.05.12

976
2012-05-18 23:41:43
Microtricia on hover fly wing by Martin Cooper

Wing of suspected Syrphus vitripennis showing large areas of basal cells free from microtricia.

716
2012-04-29 14:24:44
Hoverfly Squama by Martin Cooper

Maybe of Syrphus?

641
2012-04-24 15:35:37
Male Midge? by Macrophoto

Hello All, caught this little jewel on the inside of kitchen window.   I would be grateful if anyone could put a name to it for me, please.   
Best Wishes, Bob

657
2012-04-01 17:18:19
Help with identification please. by williamsnr

This small grey/green fly was captured in meadowland near woodland in Darwen, Lancashire.  Could someone help with identification please.

701
2011-11-22 22:55:08
C.nagatomii 2 by Jim Jobe

Showing whole fly.

662
2011-08-28 21:18:20
Chorisops nagatomii by Jim Jobe

Found in Ripon, N.Yorks. this afternoon and photographed through microscope eyepiece.

672
2011-08-28 21:17:16
Dolicopodid sp by MarkPajak

...now I just need to photoshop the pin out!

685
2011-05-17 02:40:28

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