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Heleomyzidae > Dryope flaveola (Dryomyzidae)
Eugen
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Posted on 17-12-2018 16:50
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Hello together,

is it possible to identify this fly? Size 8 mm. The photos were taken in nov. 2018 in Germany, North Bavaria, at the light.

Greetings
Eugen
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Ectemnius
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Posted on 17-12-2018 17:37
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Hi Eugen,

Actually its a different family, Dryomyzidae. The species Dryope (Dryomyza) flaveola.

Kind regards,

Ectemnius
 
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Hi Ectemnius,

many thanks for your information and ID.

Best regards,
Eugen
 
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