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which Lonchopteridae? => Lonchoptera cf. lutea
Siegfried Rudolf
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Posted on 01-10-2023 09:45
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Hello everyone,
I photographed this fly on September 30, 2023 in southwest Germany in the Black Forest on a damp meadow. I estimate their size to be 3 to 4 mm. I think it belongs to the family Lonchopteridae; can you say more about that?

Thanks and regards,
Siggi
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Siegfried Rudolf
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MatsDipt
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Posted on 01-10-2023 12:45
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Hello Siggi,

could be a male of Lonchoptera lutea but to be sure it is necessary to see full chaetotaxy of fore and mid legs.

schönes Wochenende

gruß Mats
 
Siegfried Rudolf
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Hello Mats,

thank you very much, but I don't have any better pictures. Then I will label the pictures with “Lonchoptera cf. lutea”.

Grüße aus Staufen,
Siggi
 
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