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Big Drosophilid (20.03.24) --> Drosophila funebris
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

a 5 mm fly visiting my claret/sugar bait in our courtyard (northwest Germany). Looks like a large, slender Drosophila.
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From the little what can be seen - apparently Drosophila funebris.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
From the little what can be seen - apparently Drosophila funebris.

Many thanks, Jan!
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