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Opomyzidae - ID? --> Opomyza germinationis
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Schenefeld near Hamburg, hedge with a drainage ditch between a playground and a field of a nursery school for trees, grown up with bushes like Corylus, Acer sp., Populus and other, 8th of June 2022, Outdoorphotos: kuv.
I would say "Opomyza germinationis" but I am irritated by the black tip at the antenna ... Please help me to get the ID.
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Please one more chance for ID.
Greetings Kuv
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If I see well: black stripe along terga/sterna border? In that case Opomyza petrei.
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I'm not convinced. The abdomen in O. petrei is much more yellowish. See for example:
https://diptera.i...to_id=5732
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In doubtfull cases it's best to check the pro-episternum which is bare in Opomyza germinationis and has some hairs in O. petrei.

Picture from Drake 1993 - A review of the British Opomyzidae (Diptera). British Journal of Entomology and Natural History. Vol 6: 159-176.
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Thank you very much Libor and Jan Willem.
I think it's Opomyza germinationis.
Greetings Kuv
 
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