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Another Hybomitra, now male -> Hybomitra micans
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Hi all!

The clearly visible long hair at the anterior tarsi lead me to Hybomitra micans. Am I right with that?

Length approx. 15 mm

3.6.2023, Germany, Upper Bavaria, Kohlstatt near Bergen, lower end of the ski slope of Mt. Hochfelln, about 750 m a.s.l., coordinates about 47.77657, 12.55417
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Exactly

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Thanks for confirming, Theo!
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