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Clusiidae? (24.03.20) --> Drosophila funebris
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

a 4 mm fly (together with many smaller Drosophila) at a banana bait in our garden yesterday (northwest Germany).
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Mark-uk wrote:
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Thanks a lot, Mark! That is interesting. It was bigger and more slender than any other Drosophila at the banana bait (mostly D. obscura group, see below), so I though it must have been something different...
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Hello Jurgen & Mark-uk,

Drosophila funebris is the species in the first two pictures. It is a larger species than the D. obscura group specimen in the two pictures below.

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Ectemnius wrote:
Drosophila funebris is the species in the first two pictures. It is a larger species than the D. obscura group specimen in the two pictures below.


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