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Rhiniphoridae, Rhinophora lepida, female
Reimund Ley
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Posted on 06-09-2020 10:19
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please check this ID.

found in Germany, Northrhine-Westfalia, Recklinghausen, altitude 85m, 25. 8. 2020.
about 5-7mm.


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any ideas, please


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It seems Rhinophora.
 
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thanks for your answer,

you mean it is Rhinophora sp.?

Or is Rhinophora lepida possible?


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Yes, a female.

Theo
 
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hello Theo,


thanks to you for your answer

we thaught your replay refer to the subject line,

so we named this fly Rhinophora lepida, female.


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