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Dolichopodidae ID
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Russia, Kirov region. 26.07.2022.
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Asyndetus latifrons has deep black legs, Cryptophleps kerteszi has light yellow legs. There are no other Asyndetus and Cryptophleps species in N European Russia. So, this specimen is rather unusual.
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Thank you very much, Igor!

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