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I am happy to hear answers to variants too. For instance, my situation I actually have a sheaf in the smooth topology.

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I assume you're looking for a different answer, but I may as well throw this out there. If an etale sheaf has a representable etale cover by a scheme (i.e. if it is an algebraic space), then it is an fppf sheaf.

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