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Rhamphomyia variabilis (Empididae) > ID by Paul Beuk
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Posted on 29-01-2009 15:48
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But which one? Can it be ID'd?
There was quite a few of them there.

Size: ~5mm
Date: 11 September 2008
Location: On Tanacetum vulgare on a small meadow near apartment buildings (Helsingborg, Sweden)

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Rhamphomyia variabilis
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Rhamphomyia variabilis seems tipical autumn Empididae, does it?
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One of the few, yes.
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Thank you!

There were quite a few of them feeding on the Tanacetum flowers along with Dioxina biddentis and Ensina sonchi. There were also some Scatophaga stercoraria watching and grabbing the odd D. bidentis for lunch Smile
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