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Anthomyiidae: Delia radicum ? (male)
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Sweden, Degeberga, 2019-07-09, 6 mm

Edit: Making a wild guess at Chirosia betuleti ...
Edit2: Genitalia looks like Delia radicum but the hind femur doesnt look like radicum ...
Edit3: As comvinced as I can bee that it is radicum.
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Hind femur. cant see the typical tuft of hairs for Delia radicum ???
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