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Phasia sp.? --> Ectophasia sp.
ukursawe
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Posted on 20-05-2024 21:40
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Hi,
today I took a few pictures of a small fly on a leaf (at app. knee height) and I think it might be a Phasia-species. Can that be confirmed/excluded from the attached image? Is there any chance to determine the species?

Germany, Southern Bavaria, Garden in Munich (-West), leaf at knee height, 20.05.2024, app. 5-6 mm

Greetings, Uli
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John Carr
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Posted on 20-05-2024 21:53
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It is not Phasia because cell r5 is open.

Ectophasia has open cell r5 and wings with yellow base and dark crossband.
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ukursawe
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Hi John!

Thank you for the clue. Once you know it, its obvious Wink. So it should be Ectophasia sp., with E. crassipennis being an obvious option.

Greetings, Uli
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