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Sphaeroceridae, Jun 9, 2021, Debrecen, Hungary
Xespok
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Is this a Parydra sp? or something else? Unfortunately no other views. THis was a small fly cc 2-3 mm.
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Teglagyar u. 30.
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I agree - it's a Parydra species, or something else ... TumbsUp
Some pictures are always destined to be a mystery!
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It will stay Ephydridae Smile
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How about Sphaeroceridae?
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Yes, I already corrected the ID in inaturalist.
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