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Psilidae -> Chamaepsila sp.
Ray Perry
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Posted on 16-08-2018 17:57
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Flensburg, N. Germany, 3rd August 2018.

We're experiencing a drought and there have been very few insects around but on this evening, after a bit of rain I saw this on my garage window. Haven't seen it again since.

Poor photographs but maybe someone can ID the family.

Body 5-6mm, wings 5-6mm.

Thank You in advance
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Apparently Chamaepsila.
 
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Thank you Jan,
This helps a lot because I have carrots in my garden which always get infested with carrot fly (Chamaepsila rosae) larvae but have never seen one of the flies. Now I'll know what to look for.
Warm Regards
Ray
 
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