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Chamaepsila sp.? --> Chamaepsila pectoralis
Ingrid Altmann
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Hello,
Chamaepsila, is it possible to say more to this fly?
After one day it was heavily infected.
21.05.2020
dry slope near Furth im Wald, Bavaria, Germany.

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Chamaepsila pectoralis, male
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Great!
Thank you very much Paul!
 
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