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Cylindromyia xylotina? → brevicornis
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I think it's Cylindromyia xylotina.
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I can see it is something special, but xylotina should have much longer antenna. Could you show the ventral side ot first tergites ?

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ventral side ot first tergites
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So, definitely in the brevicornis branche. Many bristles are broken off, but outer vertical looks quite strong. So why not female brevicornis ? Second segment of arista is somewhat out of focus, but looks elongated.

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With these specimens from Malaise trap it is sometimes complicated. It's brevicornis, the genital part is broken hence this weird shape. Well done Theo, thank you.
 
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Great we hear we got this.

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