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Chironomini - Einfeldia? > maybe
Lennart Bendixen
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Looks very much like this one https://diptera.i...d_id=78375 , but was found about two months earlier. Any suggestions, maybe Einfeldia as well?

Length roughly 6 mm.

2016-05-18, northern Germany, Mohrkirch, garden
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Could be Einfeldia. Not sure.
 
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Ok, thanks again Smile
 
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