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Unidentified --> Mycetophilidae --> Neoempheria sp.
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Thank you!
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Mycetophilidae
 
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Thank you, John!
 
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It is Neoempheria, but difficult to tell more. It does not look like any European species.
 
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Thanks, Jan!
 
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Still have the specimen...?
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No, unfortunately not.

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Get another one! Grin
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