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Drosophila with Laboulbeniales -> D. funebris (probably)
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Posted on 24-09-2021 22:57
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Infected specimen, so I'd really like to know the species - could it be D. funebris? Found in the Allgäu Alps, at about 700m asl.

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Here is an even more extreme case from the next day, unfortunately not caught:
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Edited by Carnifex on 25-09-2021 21:55
Cheers, Lorin

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The little what can be seen looks OK for D. funebris.
Edited by Jan Maca on 25-09-2021 08:02
 
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Thans, Jan - also tried to key out the specimen and reached the same result
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