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Suillia bicolor
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This fly was caught in a light trap mid October just outside Stockholm, Sweden. Hopefully someone can get a bit closer to the actual species.
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Wing length about 5 mm
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wing detail
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tarsus are dark
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fifth photo
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Heleomyzidae, Suillia
 
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Many thanks John for pointing me in the right direction. With help from a good British key I have now concluded that it is a Suillia bicolor
 
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