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Ephrydridae: Hydrellia griseola? --> yes
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Northern Germany, Hamburg-Flottbek, Botanic garden, 25th of August 2020, at the edge of a larger pond, Outsidephotos: kuv.
Is my idea of ID ok? Please help.
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H. griseola is correct. In the very similar H. maura, the brown colour on the mesonotum extends onto the notopleuron
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Thank you very much Tony Smile (also explaining the difference to H. maura!)
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09.05.21 16:31
Extensions in uppercase are (and were) accepted for gif, jpg, jpeg and png

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OK, thanks Roger, now if someone would just ID the fly I would be happy.

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A file called "Fly01a" has an UPPERCASE "F" Gordon. The site takes a dim view of UPPERCASE "'F's"!! awkward

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