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ID please => Empididae, Rhamphomyia sulcatella
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Empididae, Empis.
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Thank you very much Juergen
 
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Short proboscis, no fork in R4+5 -> Rhamphomyia. Rather broad femora and tibiae with fringes on hind leg well visible, combined with the early date, make me believe it is Rhamphomyia (Rhampomyia) sulcatella.
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Hello Paul,

Paul Beuk wrote:
Short proboscis, no fork in R4+5 -> Rhamphomyia.


that was my first thought, too - before I clearly saw the fork on pic #3. Or what is it? awkward Because of overlapping wings?
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Yup, vein of the wing below.
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Great! Thank you very much Paul
 
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