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Tiny fly at light (13.10.18): Camaepsila? --> C. nigricornis
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

at first this 3 mm fly at the light in our garden (northwest Germany) reminded me of a Psilidae (Elachista), but that did not match. I think, Chamaepsila (Psilidae) fits better. Is that ok?
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Correct
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Paul Beuk wrote:
Correct


Thanks a lot, Paul!
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Hello, It's Chamaepsila nigricornis. Last flagelomer is black and we can see the row of long hairs under the femur 1.
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Thanks a mit, Jocelyn!
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