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Hydrotaea diabolus? =>Calliopum indet.
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Posted on 03-01-2018 22:23

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Found 21.11.17, Tuebingen, Southern Germany, at house front.
Mtfyfe attached the following image:

Edited by Mtfyfe on 05-01-2018 00:21
Stephane Lebrun
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Not a calyptrate fly. It is a Lauxaniidae, genus Calliopum.
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Posted on 05-01-2018 00:07

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Thanks again Stephane,
I guess without looking at the genitalia Calliopum is as close as it gets and according to the distribution in 5 options remain?
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