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Brachyopa pilosa?
Ruth Ahlburg
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Posted on 30-04-2008 23:40
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April 28, 2008 Copenhagen, Denmark

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B. scutellaris or B. pilosa
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Ruth Ahlburg
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Kahis wrote:
B. scutellaris or B. pilosa


B. scutellaris is only found 3 times in Denmark, 1966,1983 and 1989 and not in Seeland according to Ernst Torp, a danish specialist in Syrphidae ( 1994). B. pillosa is only "medium rare".
As I understand, it is on the antennae, the difference is seen?
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