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Drosophilidae from Madrid mountains -> Maybe Drosophila funebris
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Somosierra (Madrid-Spain), 4th August 2017. Birch forest.

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Drosophila melanogaster
 
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Too brown for D. melanogaster
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Thank you jfarr and Paul.
 
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Drosophila funebris comes to my mind, but it is impossible to confirm this determination. Too little characters visible.
 
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I appreciate your suggestion. Thank you Jan.
 
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