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Platystoma seminationis?
Emmemm
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Posted on 24-05-2019 08:36
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Hello,

a lot of these flies could be seen on the 17th of may, 2019. Germany, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Philippsburg, 96 m.

Thank you and kind regards
Marion
 
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It seems to be OK to me.
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Hi Libor,

please excuse my question: does 'it seems to be OK to me' means, that you are not quite sure? Sorry, I try to understand...Smile (I do not speak English very well)

kind regards
Marion
 
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I am not absolutely sure, but grey humeral calli are the mark for seminationis. If legs are completely black without any rediish or pinkish parts (not visible from your photo), it is seminationis without any doubts.
Libor
 
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ID OK
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Dear Libor, dear Val,

shame on me for this late answer. Anyhow I lost the mail about your information.

Thank you both very much for your efforts.

Kind regards
Marion
 
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