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#1 2017-08-03 00:53:44

coffeeman
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Name: Alan Smith
Registered: 2014-06-03
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two Muscids (I think)

as a general wildlife watcher I usually ignore what appear to be 'normal' little flies, thinking they'll all look the same and just be too difficult to identify. But a few photos later I'm going to have a shot at a couple which look a little distinctive.

The first two photos ... Thricops semicinereus? ... because I have found photos online which look very similar

Third photo ... Mydaea corni? ... on the golden colour of its scutellum

Perhaps there isn't enough in the photos to get as far as species but I'll be very grateful for any corrections or confirmation.

regards, Alan


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#2 2017-08-03 19:59:39

Stephane Lebrun
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Re: two Muscids (I think)

All is correct. wink

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#3 2017-08-05 13:17:23

coffeeman
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Name: Alan Smith
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Re: two Muscids (I think)

thank you, Stephane :-)

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