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unknown fly -> Atricops crassipes, female
nowaytofly
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Posted on 09-08-2020 18:51
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Hi, yesterday, August, 8th, I got a few of these flies on leaves of hazel (?) at the side of a small river. northern Germany (Celle, Niedersachsen)
Much wind, so its not sharp. Thanks for your help to identify. Norbert.
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Posted on 09-08-2020 19:43
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Hi,

Athericidae (Ibisia sp.?).
Best regards,
Jürgen

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Ectemnius
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Posted on 09-08-2020 21:24
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Hello Norbert & Juergen,

This is a female Atricops crassipes (Meigen, 1820).
Far more often found as larvae than adult: https://www.resea.../273410804

Kind regards,
Ectemnius
 
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Hi Jürgen and Ectemnius. Many thanks for your suppoirt and identification of this fly. Have a nice week, Norbert.
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