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Posted on 24-09-2020 17:48
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Please id this pretty fly. Central Poland, Łódź. 24.09.
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Neoempheria
 
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... striata
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Thanks Paul and John. Frequent species?
 
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Not too infrequent, I suppose. Distribution of most fungus gnats isnot too well known, nor how common they are.
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They are difficult to identification, which does not make things easier.
Thank you
 
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