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Dolichopodidae once again --> Sciapus
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Posted on 11-06-2019 21:06

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Could it be Poecilobothrus sp?
Central Poland, 11.06
rafalk attached the following image:

Edited by rafalk on 12-06-2019 18:42
John Carr
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Many Sciapus have long yellow spines under fore femur.
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Posted on 12-06-2019 18:42

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Spines under femur, I'll remember.
Thank you and kind regards.
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