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Thricops nigrifrons
Reimund Ley
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could it be Thricops nigrifrons? about 5-7mm.

This fly was found in Germany, Bavaria, Pfronten, side of a farm road, altitude 1000m, 14. 6. 2018



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nothing possible?
 
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I agrree with you
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that are good news.


thanks for your help, Nikita.



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