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Acalyptrata, Jul 14, 2021, Murau, Austria
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THis was a small fly with a rather long wing. I am not sure what family this is, maybe Asteiidae or Anthomyzidae, but could be something else as well.
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Another view.
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Leiomyza (Asteidae) is my first thought
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(Par)anthomyza [Anthomyzidae]
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