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Beautiful and little Psychodidae
bertrandpami
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Posted on 14-06-2018 17:40
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Hi,

Found on the kitchen, very little.
Cuise La Motte - Northen - France - 12-06-2018
An idea at less for genus ?
Many thanks.
Michel
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Nobody ?
 
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Bertrand,

This looks to me like a member of Trichomyia; this genus has appeared in the ID queries forum before (though I misremember where). While the most widely distributed European species is Trichomyia urbica Haliday, there is no guarantee you've seen that species. Please note: the Fauna Europaea database is missing three or four of the species now known from their area of coverage (all of the omissions are local species not presently recorded from France).

Arthur
 
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Many thanks, Arthur,
With this post : https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=66011, and with this photo, possibly T. urbica, no ?
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