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Lothar Schuh
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Hello,
I found this fly on our window sill. Trying ID failed.
Any epert having an Idea?
Size, 2 mm, Schwetzingen/Germany, 24.6.22
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Family Chloropidae. The large shining triangle on the head is common in Chloropidae and rare in other families.
 
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Hi John,
I have lots of different Chloripide ifound in my yard n my database... The shiny triangle is a good hint, I was not aware as a lyman.
I keep on learning....

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Lothar
 
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