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Mycetophilidae, Phronia sp.
Renko
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Hello,

A Mycetophilidae found in North of France, Cassel, the 19 november 2017, on an Ombelliferous flower, on the edge of a mainly deciduous forest
Maybe a Phronia sp. or a Trichonta sp. ?
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Phronia, female.
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Thanks you very much, Paul ! Smile
 
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