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Ephydridae ID
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Posted on 09-10-2019 21:25
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Hi,
this small (2mm) fly was found on Phragmites near a fishpond in Burgenland/Austria.
I noticed a strong bristle at the base of the flagellum.

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Edited by Carnifex on 09-10-2019 23:31
Cheers, Lorin

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John Carr
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Posted on 09-10-2019 23:10
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Ephydridae (arista with hairs only dorsally)
 
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Posted on 09-10-2019 23:30
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Thanks, I will try the British Key, hope it works for central Europe as well.
Also, adjusted the title
Edited by Carnifex on 09-10-2019 23:31
Cheers, Lorin

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My Diptera observations (and other living forms) can be found here, and corrections or comments over there would also be appreciated.
 
Nikita Vikhrev
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Psilopa, I think
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