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Dolichopodidae? -> nope, it's Micropezidae
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Hi all!

No idea, except that maybe Dolichopodidae...

Approx. 5-7 mm

22.7.2022, Germany, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Radolfzell, next to lake Mindelsee, coordinates ~ 47.75483, 9.03245
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Not Doli, I think it is Compsobata cibaria.
 
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Many thanks Jan!

You saved me hours of searching through the whole gallery...
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That would be Neria cibaria these days...
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