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Opomyzidae (Geomyza balachowskyi)?
Helga Becker
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Hello,

Can you help me with identification of this fly?


Wald bei Kirtorf / Vogelsbergkreis / Hessen / Germany 21. August 2017

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Größe 4 mm
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Although for the specimens of this group it's always recommended to study the genitalia, I have to admit that in this case I'm almost positive that your identification is correct!
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Jan Willem wrote:
Although for the specimens of this group it's always recommended to study the genitalia, I have to admit that in this case I'm almost positive that your identification is correct!


Hello,

Many thanks for the confirmation.

Best regards, Helga Becker
 
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