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Yellow fly - ID? --> Scatopsidae: Apiloscatopse flavicollis
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Schenefeld near Hamburg, walking path along the rivulet Düpenau, bushes like Rubus, Corylus, Acer, Salix and other, at a wooden railing, 23th of October 2020. Sorry, no idea - I hope to get further ID. Photos: kuv.
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Scatopsidae... Apiloscatopse flavicollis maybe.
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Thank you very much Roger TumbsUp.
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Roger Thomason wrote:
Scatopsidae... Apiloscatopse flavicollis maybe.
That's correct
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Thank you very much Paul Smile: I read your answer so, that I can delete the "maybe".
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