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Lauxaniidae --> No, it's Dryope flaveola, Dryomyzidae
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Northern Germany, Hamburg-Rissen, Schnaakenmoor, way between mixed forest (with birch, pine, ash, oaks, alder buckthorn) and an area of moor, at a leaf of Sorbus aucuparia, 18th of May 2018, Outsidephoto: kuv. Is my idea "Sapromyza_halidayi" ok? Please help to get the ID.
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No, you are in the wrong family. This is Dryope flaveola, Dryomyzidae.
(BTW, the front femora of Sapromyza halidayi have dark tips.)
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Thank you very much Sundew TumbsUp
(Sorry, Dryope flaveola is new for me.)
Greetings Kuv
 
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The former name was Dryomyza flaveola - perhaps this one rings a bell?
 
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Ok, that's a "better" name! awkward
It's good to have a Corrector at the forum Wink
Greetings Kuv
 
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