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Acroceridae ?
Ber13
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Posted on 11-06-2021 11:36
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Hello,
Is it possible to have an ID of that little fly ?

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos283/big/2021-06-10%20NDdlG%20Diptera%2015%20a%202%20mm%20Acroceridae%202.JPG
Bernard Ginesy : France : Marseille : 13007 : 10/06/2021
Altitude : 93 m - Taille : 2 mm
Réf. : 283780
 
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Merci Paul .
 
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I find Empidideicus hungaricus which looks similar but I imagine it is not that simple ...
Edited by Ber13 on 11-06-2021 19:59
 
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Possibly Platypygus.

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In fact, it looks quite similar to Platypygus bellus.
Edited by piros on 11-06-2021 16:02
 
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Merci Henrik
 
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Hello, why not Empidideicus cf. hungaricus whose gallery photos are very similar?
Thank you
Edited by Ber13 on 15-06-2021 06:56
 
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Could well be...
 
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