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Long-legged fly with patterned wings. --> Chrysopilus nubecula female
ukursawe
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Posted on 01-10-2023 19:51
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Hi,

a few days ago. I took a picture of a medium-sized long-legged fly on a leaf.
I don't really have an idea what family that could be. Is it possible to get a (partial?) determination from the picture?

Germany, Southern Bavaria, Garden in Munich (-West), 25.09.2023, app. 6-8 mm

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Rhagionidae.
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Oh yes, thank you Jürgen. Now I have remembered that I in my second thread here I had an identification of Chrysopilus laetusSmile. That might be an option here as well.

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Chrysopilus nubecula female
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Thank you for the ID, Fred. Our posts must have overlapped Smile.

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