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Chlorops sp, Chloropidae, Oct 12, 2021, near Budapest, Hungary
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Another Chloropid from my garden. Is this Chlorops sp? If so, probably not further identifiable from iimages.
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Another image.
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And a third one.
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Yes, Chlorops
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I believed "Chiloropidae" to be an actual diptera family I hadn't heard of Grin
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Thanks!
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