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Drosophilidae: Stegana hypoleuca? --> yes
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Pinneberg-Waldenau near Hamburg, between a housing estate and an edge of the mixed forest Klövensteen, at the metallic railing of a little bridge (beneath a birchtree, pinetree and an oak), length of the fly: 6.5 mm; 10th of August 2022; photos (taken in a plastic box): kuv.
As I had such a fly three years ago (s. https://diptera.i...d_id=92293) I ask: Is there a Stegana fly to confuse with S. hypoleuca?
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The pictures are not very clear, but with the body length over 6 mm it must be S. hypoleucaa.
 
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Thank you very much Jan Smile.
Greetings Kuv
 
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