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Dolichopodidae from Germany
Paul Beuk
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Collected in Juni 2018 in Niedersachsen. On first glance I thought Chrysotus (size, general build, hind coxal seta near base of coxa, two rows of acrostichals, face very narrow), but first antennal segment has dorsal setae. What am I missing?
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I think you found a Chrysotus that didn't read the key to genera.
 
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Frown Oh dear...
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An alcohol material often contains wandering setae. Maybe it's a case.
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No, it is well fixed!
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Aberration? More pictures please.
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Aberration. I almost blew the bulb of the light to be able to see the right first antennal segment (black left antenna giving a dark background) but there is no seta on it. So, Chrysotus (likely gramineus), female.
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