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Opomyzidae? -> Campichoeta / Trixoscelis marginella?
Jeroen K
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Is this one from the Opomyzidae family? Possible to get further?

Moerkerke (Belgium), 8-08-2021

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Jan Maca
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Just according to wing pattern I would say Trixoscelis marginella.
 
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Campichoeta I think
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Too contrasting for Campichoeta (punctum) I think. Of course our guesses are just guesses, if based on these photos.
 
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Thanks to both of you, unfortunately I have no better pictures.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
Too contrasting for Campichoeta (punctum) I think.
Really? en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campichoeta_obscuripennis#/media/File%3ACampichoeta_obscuripennis.jpg
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Thanks to both of you for the input.
 
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