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=> Dryope flaveola (Dryomyzidae)
Marion Friedrich
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Hello,
I have found this fly in a wet forest in Germany in the mid of October. Is ID possible?
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Dryope flaveola (Dryomyzidae).
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Thank you for ID, Stephane.

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Juergen Peters
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Hello Stéphane,

Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Dryope flaveola (Dryomyzidae).


I'm a bit confused... I just took note that Neurogena anilis is Dryomyza anilis meanwhile. And now Dryomyza flaveola is Dryope flaveola? Frown
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Heheh,

Juergen Peters wrote:
I'm a bit confused... I just took note that Neurogena anilis is Dryomyza anilis meanwhile. And now Dryomyza flaveola is Dryope flaveola?


I know! Here's the explanation: https://repositor...sAllowed=y
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Hi,

Ectemnius wrote:
I know! Here's the explanation: https://repositor...sAllowed=y


ah, thanks a lot!
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