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Meoneura??; SW Spain
Andre Burgers
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Posted on 24-05-2024 14:23
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A small fly on my balcony. It looks like Meoneura, but there are many more with theses looks. Grin

Is my Id right?


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Jan Maca
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Transverse wing veins seem to be closely apposed. It could be Meoneura (or perhaps an agromyzid).
 
Andre Burgers
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Thanks, Jan! TumbsUp

Shows that these tiny flies are very difficult! Angry


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John Carr
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Not Agromyzidae.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Not Agromyzidae.


Thanks, John!

Not Agromyzidae, ERGO Meoneura or just something else?
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