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Lauxaniid with white front -> Sapromyza albiceps ♂
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Posted on 11-08-2022 00:36
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In the Alps near Salzburg, on Bracken, early August.

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Edited by Carnifex on 11-08-2022 12:21
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Looks like a male Sapromyza albiceps...
https://www.natur...a-albiceps
 
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Great, that has to be it! Somehow missed it in the gallery. The two spots on the abdomen also fit nicely.

That should be a new record for the state.

Thanks!
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