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Chymomyza amoena --> confirmed
Volker Achterberg
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Posted on 26-11-2021 16:30
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date: 24 Nov. 2021; location: in Hamburg, Germany; late evening at the wall inside of my flat; flat is in a house with small garden and close to a park;
macro photos with flash light; size about 3 mm;
Chymomyza amoena?
Thanks for any ID comments!
Best regards, Volker
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Volker Achterberg
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Jan Maca
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Certainly it is C. amoena. From my experience it is now one of the commonest drosophilids in Central Europe (at least in Bohemia).
 
Volker Achterberg
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Thanks a lot, Jan, for ID confirmation!
Regards,
Volker
 
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