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Lauxaniidae from 20.05.19 --> Meiosimyza platycephala and Tricholauxania praeusta
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Hello,

I am not sure, if the individual on the third photo is the same as that on photos one and two. Ca. 4 mm, at light in garden (northwest Germany).
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Pic #3 (different individual?):
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Bottom one is Tricholauxania praeusta. First two are different (no darkekening on crossvein, for example), I think Meiosimyza platycephala.
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Thanks a lot, Paul!
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