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Posted on 23-05-2023 22:35
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This rather distinctive Drosophila is none-the-less proving difficult to key. Can anyone help?

Swept from rotting fallen beech trunk. Savernake Forest, UK. 22 May 2022
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Edited by conopid on 23-05-2023 22:36
Nigel Jones, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
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conopid attached the following image:

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It is Hirtodrosophila trivittata.
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Thanks Jan. I should have known that one!

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