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tiny fly for ID please
Toby
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about 2mm, moving around on a gate in SW London. Couldnt get above shot to show wing venation.

www.pbase.com/racketman/image/76670968.jpg
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I think Sciaridae.
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thanks for clue.
 
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Er..., missing image files?
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image went walkabout after moving it in my gallery on Pbase, that doesn't normally happen.
 
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Good. Well, Nikita is right, it's Sciaridae.
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