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Phaonia? no -> Achanthiptera rohrelliformis (f)
Volker Achterberg
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Posted on 03-12-2021 14:54
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date: 5 July 2021; location: in Hamburg, Germany, in my little garden, which is close to a park with large trees and a small lake;
macro photos taken with flash light;
Phaonia pallida?; Thanks for any ID help!
Best regards,
Volker
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eklans
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Hi Volker, I've never seen it before but it must be a female Achanthiptera rohrelliformis.
Greetings, Eric
 
Volker Achterberg
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eklans wrote:
Hi Volker, I've never seen it before but it must be a female Achanthiptera rohrelliformis.


Many thanks for ID of this fly! Great!
Greetings, Volker
 
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