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Oedalea <= Empidoidea long antennas
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Posted on 14-06-2020 13:41
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Hi, I've found this fly yesterday on a decaying hornbeam (DE-Middle-Franconia, old deciduous forest).
I think it could be one of Empidoidea, but I cannot find one with these antennas and the hook at the rear.
(on the right wing's sitting a mite)
Hopefully you can help?
Thanks a lot in advance!

Eric
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Oedalea?
 
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Thank you very much John & Paul!

Eric
 
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