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Acalyptratae from Madrid (Spain) -> Desmometopa cf. varipalpis
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In the balcony of my house. 27th August, 2017.

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I would say Meoneura.
 
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Milichiidae I reckon, maybe a Desmometopa sp. looks like D. varipalpis in the Gallery

https://diptera.i...lbum_id=28
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I think it's a Desmometopa, probably varipalpis, because I have taken photos of similar individuals in the past that have been identified that way in this forum.

Thank you to both of you.
 
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