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Pipunculidae ♂ -> Dorylomorpha rufipes
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Posted on 04-01-2024 22:27
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Is the ID correct?
June in southern Niedersachsen/Germany (would be a first for the state to my knowledge)

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Edited by Carnifex on 28-01-2024 01:01
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Posted on 08-01-2024 20:40
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anyone with some knowledge of Pipunculidae?
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Posted on 09-01-2024 11:00
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Either confusa or rufipes. The size of sternite 8 (of Albrecht) seems to be quite big, so it might be rufipes.
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Posted on 28-01-2024 00:54
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I think you are correct Paul!
Comparing the surstyli of both species, I am now also in favor of rufipes.

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Edited by Carnifex on 28-01-2024 00:54
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