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ID please -> Keroplatidae -> Platyura marginata
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A male fungus gnat from one of the smaller families. Keroplatidae?
 
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John, thank you very much
 
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Hi,

resembles Platyura marginata (?).
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It is Platyura marginata Smile
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Juergen and Paul, thank you very much
 
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