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Chyromya oppidana, Chyromyidae
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Hello,

Could you help me with this Chyromyidae found on a window, underneath a sparrow nest. The 23 June 2020, in North of France, Oxelaere
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Chyromya oppidana, female
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Thanks you so much, Paul ! Grin

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Steve Scholnick
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Hi Paul,
This species is listed in Nearctica as being found in North America but I haven't seen any literature describing how to distinguish it from Chyromya femorella and Chyromya flava. If you could point me in the right direction, that would be great. TIA

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