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Black Fly with yellow legs - ID? --> Scatophagid: Phrosia albilabris with such yellow legs?
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Posted on 31-05-2023 17:52
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Bellin (east of Kiel), way between a mixed forest (Douglasie, Oaks, Beeches) and a pasture, where is a small pond nearby, at a leaf of Rubus sp., 18th of May 2023, (Photos: kuv). Sorry, no idea. Please help to get the ID.
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Scathophagidae
 
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Thank you very much John Smile.
Phrosia albilabris with such light yellow legs?
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Phrosia albilabris??
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