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Psychodidae, Aug 27, 2021, near Budapest, Hungary
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An interesting and very distinctive Pscycodinae from my garden. probably Pericomini. Can this be identified?

Nothe the strange antennae with the thick black basis.
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Another image, does not add much more info.
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I don't think Pericomini, but in fact I don't know. Peripsychoda is also a possibility, but very uncertain.
 
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Panimerus spec is a better candidate, due to the antenna!
 
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It would be interesting.
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