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Lauxaniidae -> Sapromyzosoma sp.
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Posted on 11-07-2019 20:38
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Hi,
yesterday I went for a walk along the nice river "Aller" in Celle, northern Germany. I got only a quick shot of this mostly orange fly girl on a maple / acer tree. Could it be a Lauxaniidae ? Is it even possible to say which genus? Many thanks in advance
2019 July 10th, ~50m above sealevel
Many thanks, Norbert
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Sapromyzosoma sp.
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Posted on 12-07-2019 11:39
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Hi Paul,
thanks a lot for the identification.
Have a nice weekend.
Norbert
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