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Two specimen of black flies - ID? --> Looks like Discomyza incurva [Ephydridae]
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Posted on 15-04-2022 21:06
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Halstenbek near Hamburg, area of tree nursery, found at a Graffiti painted wall of a street tunnel, adjoining a wet small forest, length of the insect: 3,5 mm, 15th of April 2022 (Photos: Kuv).
Never seen before. Please help to get the ID.
Greeting Kuv
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2nd picture of first specimen:
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3rd picture (second fly)
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4th picture (second fly)
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Looks like Discomyza incurva [Ephydridae]
Jan Willem van Zuijlen
 
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Thank you very much Jan Willem TumbsUp
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