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Mycetophilidae male and female (NL) > Mycomya
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23 Oct, dry forest, mid Netherlands. Male and female Mycetophilidae.

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Mycomya sp
 
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Looking forward to seeing it under the microscope. Grin
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The first one is male Mycomya (Mycomyopsis) permicta, the secons appears to be a female Mycomya s.str. It certainly does not match with the female of permixta.
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Thanks Paul! I found them in my sweep net. But not in copula.

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