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Lonchaeidae? --> Lonchaea cf. albigena
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 06-05-2019 20:29
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I found this fly - length about 6-7 mm - on 4th May 2019; on Acer campestre. Eastern Lower Saxony, Germany.
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Thank you Paul!
 
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Hi Jann
That's an interesting photo - not many Lonchaeidae have the combination of hairy eyes and silvered parafacials - I would think its Lonchaea albigena an uncommon species ............. Iain
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Thank you very much, Iain!
 
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