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Ephydridae => Pelina cf. aenea
Haleun
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Posted on 18-08-2019 13:42
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Hello,

these photo are from April 12, taken at our garden pond in Hannover, Germany.
Is it possibly Parydra aquila?

Thank you for an answer!

Hans
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The vertical bristles (beside the top back corners of the eyes) are too long for aquila, and the facial profile is wrong for Parydra. In fact I think this is actually a Pelina species - probably aenea
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Haleun
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Hi Tony,

thank you very, very much!

Hans
 
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