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Tiny shiny black fly with yellow legs (19.09.20) --> Leiomyza sp. (Asteiidae)
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

unfortunately I only have this very bad photo of the 1.5-2 mm fly near a banana bait (with many Drosophila and Phaonia valida around) at a hornbeam tree in our garden (northwest Germany). Is at least a family ID possible?
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Jürgen

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Paul Beuk wrote:
Leiomyza sp. (Asteiidae)

ah, thanks a lot, Paul!
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