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very small fly (NL) > Stilpon subnubilus
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Posted on 24-03-2019 17:01
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Found this tiny fly (1.5 mm) in an ant colony (lasius spec) in my garden, mid Netherlands. ID possible?

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Hybotidae, near Crossopalpus.
 
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Stilpon graminum, I'd say
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Stilpon nubilus Collin

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Thank you Igor!

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From Stilpon graminum it became Stilpon nubilus and now it has become Stilpon subnubilus. Smile Identification based on genital and wing characters.
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Thanks Paul. Must be a new species for the Dutch fauna? Stilpon subnubilus is not yet Known from the Netherlands

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Yup
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