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Fly - ID ? --> Drosophilidae: Stegana sp.
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Posted on 12-09-2019 11:31
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Pinneberg-Waldenau near Hamburg, at the edge of the mixed forest Klövensteen, at a wooden railing under big oaks and pine trees; length about 5mm; Outsidephotos: kuv, 6th of August 2019. No idea. Please help to get the ID.
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Stegana s. str.; if it not smaller than about 5 mm, it is S. mehadiae.
 
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Thank you very much Jan Smile
I'll go back to that spot to measure the head of the nail, where it was sitting.
Greetings Kuv
Edited by kuv on 13-09-2019 11:01
 
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Now I've measured it: The fly was about 4,5 mm, so I call it Stegana sp.
Greetings Kuv
 
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