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Lonchaeidae ?
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Posted on 03-12-2021 12:18

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Does anyone have an ID for this one ?
Germany, Hannover, 30. April 2019
I would really appreciate any suggestions

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Posted on 16-12-2021 13:34

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Lonchaeidae is correct, though the black halters cannot be seen. Black flies, one single long orbital seta each side on the hind part of the orbits along eye margin, third antennal segment distinctly longer than deep, narrow frons, very long dm cell (discal medial cell) in the wing.
Iain MacGowan
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Posted on 16-12-2021 17:14
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Sorry I cant tell the genus from these photos - it may be Earomyia or Lonchaea
Iain MacGowan
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