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Nematocera -> Gnophomyia cf. viridipennis
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 15-06-2022 20:40
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Hi,
I found some of these dark Nematocera with yellow spots on thorax and yellow halteres in a forest on dead wood. Is ID possible?
Does someone know the passenger on the second picture?
Thank you, Marion

Germany, Saxony, June 2022.
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Posted on 16-06-2022 07:25
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Hi Marion, it's a Gnophomyia cf. viridipennis and the stowaway is one of the Pseudoscorpiones - Chernes sp.?
Greetings, Eric
 
Marion Friedrich
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Hi Eric,
thank you very much for ID of Gnophomyia cf. viridipennis and its stowaway.

Best wishes,
Marion
 
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