https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calliphoridae This wikipedia page on Calliphoridae flies says this: "Members of Calliphoridae have branched Rs 2 veins, frontal sutures are present, and calypters are well developed." I am having trouble locating this vein on the fly after looking at wing venation diagrams. Please could someone show me where this is by highlighting it on the wing? How important is this for identifying Calliphoridae flies?

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