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Cylindromyia interrupta => Cylindromyia auriceps
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Posted on 07-08-2021 05:03

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Ukraine, Rivne region, August 1.
Visually reminiscent of Cylindromyia interrupta, but I do not rule out the possibility of C. auriceps, or other species. I just don't know what signs of body structure to look at ...
Edited by Gansucha on 07-08-2021 10:50
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Posted on 07-08-2021 07:47

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Good you didn’t . Auriceps it is.

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Posted on 07-08-2021 10:53

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Thank you very mach, Theo !!!
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