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Heleomyzidae? ID please
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Location: Austria, 22.2.-23.3. 2019 malaise trap

Thank you in advance!

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Do you know a key for european species?
 
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This one works reasonably well http://online-key...?key_no=19
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Thank you Paul, but the key just cover genus Suillia. (Do you think it is a Suillia sp.?) Are there no drawings of the genitals?

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It is indeed Suillia and, no, I never added the illustrations.
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