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Sepsidae ? => Nemopoda nitidula
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Posted on 13-08-2017 09:29

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This small one could be a Sepsidae ... Is it possible to Identify it to Genus level ?

In a small deciduous wood, Loire Atlantique, western France, August 12th 2017.

Thanks in advance !!
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Edited by pat_der2003 on 23-08-2017 18:38
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Posted on 22-08-2017 18:50

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Hello everybody,

No one for this fly ?

I have made lighter a similar picture (especially the back ground) : may be there are some more informations ?
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Paul Beuk
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Posted on 23-08-2017 11:17
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Should be Nemopoda nitidula.

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Posted on 23-08-2017 18:38

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Many many thanks, Paul !! Smile
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