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Small fly - ID? --> Ulidiidae: Seioptera vibrans
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Schenefeld near Hamburg, hedge with a drainage ditch between a playground and a field of a nursery school for trees, grown up with bushes like Corylus, Acer campestre, Salix and other, at a leaf of Humulus, 11th of June 2019, Outdoorphotos: kuv. I checked the Gallery of Sepsidae and Platystomatidae, but without success. Please help me to get the ID.
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Ulidiidae, Seioptera vibrans.
 
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Wooow, thank you very much John Smile
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