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Rhamphomyia with grey thorax in the French Alps
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Posted on 02-10-2018 16:24
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Hello,

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Pierre Duhem : France : Bessans : 73480 : 03/08/2018
Altitude : 1740 m - Taille : 6-7 mm
Réf. : 215989

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Pierre Duhem : France : Bessans : 73480 : 03/08/2018
Altitude : 1740 m - Taille : 6-7 mm
Réf. : 215990
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This specimen was foraging on the same flower as the former one (https://diptera.i...d_id=87175). It looks very similar. Does it belong to the same subgenus (Holoclera)?
Thanks in advance for any clue.
Edited by pierred on 02-10-2018 16:25
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Nobody?
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