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Posted on 28-05-2020 20:17
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Austria, End of May.

Found in a water-filled tree (oak) hole.

Body about 20 mm long.

Thank you for your help.

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Stratiomyidae, either Odontomyia or perhaps Oplodontha. Interesting record.
 
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Thank you atylotus, I found plenty of them.
Maybe they pupate..

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sad, but true...

It hatched a few days ago (that picture does not show the empty pupa).

But there still remain some larvae in the box.
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It took one year but a few days ago I found some adult Odontomyia spec. in the box. Further ID possible? (I can make some more pics.)

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Try the adult section
 
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Odontomyia annulata
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